In a store it’s easy to touch and feel a product, but online you don’t have that luxury. These reviews are a bridge to that.
Rock Hill, SC (PRWEB) June 21, 2013
Competition Accessories, one of the largest online retailers of motorcycle apparel and accessories, has announced the publishing of their 800th product review video. Customers view these videos thousands of times per week, helping with purchase decisions and discovering new items to feed their passion for motorsports and competition. With videos shot in the Competition Accessories headquarters or out in the field, these reviews provide a candid, expert review of thousands of riding clothing and accessories. The videos can be found on many product pages and through Youtube, while featuring reviews and educational pieces (like the 800th video entitled Motorcycle Gear 101). The Youtube Channel has nearly 1.5 million views, with the videos receiving between 5,000 to 6,000 views a day. To view the videos, simply search the motorcycle apparel category, and choose any one of the products with a “video available” tag.
“Creating 800 product reviews was ambitious, but extremely valuable for our customers. We wanted to close the gap between the virtual and real world with our review videos. In a store it’s easy to touch and feel a product, but online you don’t have that luxury. These reviews are a bridge to that, and we’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback for our efforts,” says Jamie Conetta, owner of Competition Accessories.
About Competition Accessories:
Headquartered just outside Charlotte in cozy Rock Hill, SC. Competition Accessories has grown from a tiny garage in 1961, to be one of the nations largest sellers of motorcycle gear and accessories. The Catalog Outlet store and national headquarters sit in a state of the art 34,000+ sq/ft building just off I-77 where customers can come in and have access to over $2 million worth of the best gear on the market. Our site is a candy store for the motorcycle enthusiast. It carries just about everything from a $4 can of spray cleaner to a nearly $1000 Arai limited edition helmet. To learn more, visit http://www.compacc.com.