Amazon Pay could come to brick and mortar stores. The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) is exploring the possibility of letting people use its digital wallet through phones. Amazon's brick and mortar stores accept Amazon Pay. However, most retailers will not support Amazon Pay.How can brick and mortar stores compete online?
With the rise of online businesses, the only way brick-and-mortars can compete is by joining the fray . Offer your products on your website and on other sites like Amazon and Jet. While you may make less online competing with the giants, you can make up for it by selling in bulk.Are brick and mortar stores really dying?
Based on recent headlines, it would be reasonable to believe that brick and mortar retail is a dying industry that is being supplanted entirely by ecommerce. While online sales are growing at a faster rate than in-store sales, and thus increasing as a proportion of total retail sales each year, brick and mortar retail is also growing in line with Gross Domestic Product, or GDP.Do brick and mortar stores still have a future?
Despite uncertainties, there's still a future for brick-and-mortar This is a stressful time for all businesses. There are no guarantees as to what the future holds, but there are opportunities for...