Leading retailerswith a better store locator experience
Deliver accurate, up-to-date, and detailed information to help customers find the right store for their needs.
Stores & Franchises
Easily host a directory of stores and franchises on your website or mobile app. Customize the content with photos, upcoming sales, events, services and more.
Drive sales by embedding a pre-filtered list of locations on each product page. Mix in online retailers to fill any local gaps.
Promote events on your store locator to drive event success, awareness, urgency, and foot traffic to local stores. Use detailed reports to spot opportunities for geo-targeting.
Bullseye makes it easy to get the right data to the right customers when they are ready to buy
Eliminate friction and tell customers what they want to know. Which nearby location has a pharmacy, and what are their hours? Is my local branch open on Sunday? Customize your locator with information that matters to your customers.
Reduce data maintenance costs and headaches with easy-to-learn location data management tools
Streamline your data maintenance workflows by connecting with Google My Business, Salesforce, HubSpot, or other 3rd-party CRMs. Take control of your Bullseye data with bulk tools for uploads, updates, exports, and more. Easily manage multiple store lists and locators within a single account.
“We use Bullseye Store Locator for three of our brands and their websites The set up has been extremely easy and their customer support is wonderful.”
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Resources for retailers
Featured Guest Post: 4 Examples of Building Product Manufacturers That Are Using Dealer Locators Effectively
If you’re familiar with the work we do at Bullseye, you’ll know we’re huge advocates of dealer locator best practices including lead capture, content-rich local pages, and local SEO tactics. When considering all these factors, it can be a little difficult to imagine how it all looks and works together. We’ve written a guest blog… Read More
How do you track product sales in the real world? Many building materials manufacturers sell products through distributors, dealers, or independent sales reps. That’s the way it’s been for decades. Needless to say, tracking those offline sales with precision is a challenge. Traditional manufacturers who fail to account for these transactions are at serious risk… Read More
If you want to reach more customers online, it may take some adjustment to your SEO strategy. That starts with understanding web searcher behavior. Building materials customers often start their search in a predictable way. They’ll fire up a search engine like Google, type in a simple keyphrase, and land on a website that hopefully… Read More