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  • Everything new and upcoming to Doorcounts.
  • How the increase in technology adoption has brought crypto into retail.
  • The difference between experience and data and how to combine the two practices.
  • A look into the updated projections for retail in 2021.


Here’s a look at last week’s foot traffic compared to the same time last year.


This is where each week we highlight a feature within Doorcounts. This week’s feature is:

Mass excludes

Mass EXCLUDE gives the Administrator a quick way to remove the non-shopper photos, and get a Net Opportunities number.
With Mass EXCLUDE, you can remove a day’s worth of non-shopper photos, in just a few minutes. 
When using Mass EXCLUDE, you can also create a new EXCLUDE Reason:  Mass Exclude, to make it even easier to process these.


Industry insights so you can convert your foot traffic into more sales.

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Building a high-performance sales team

There is data that clearly points to better sales results. The question is, can you see it from anywhere, on any device? Either way, our upcoming research report will give you the insights you need to win. Some top questions we ask is, why…
  • Follow-up sales have a higher average ticket than first-visit in-store sales?
  • Closing out follow-up tasks makes a big difference?
  • In-home visits for furniture stores are essential?
  • Active Doorcounts users perform better than the rest?
If you have Doorcounts, chances are you probably know the answers to these questions. The sales game is more competitive than ever. But, there are always ways to dominate when you have the right data and know how to use it.


While the idea of giving cash-back is nothing new, the hype around cryptocurrency has customers willing to accept crypto rather than cashback.
A recent survey found that 44% of Americans are interested in receiving cryptocurrency such as Ethereum or Bitcoin instead of cash.
Starbucks, Whole Foods, and Nordstroms are among some of the brands that are already accepting cryptocurrency for purchases.
With almost half of Americans interested, the opportunities to implement cryptocurrency into rewards programs are endless. As more and more crypto becomes available with different values and meanings associated with them, there is bound to be an option for every shopper.

Data vs. experience

For decades now, companies have used their experience and insights on how their business works to develop a strategy for the future.
The pandemic quickly showed us that past experience went out the door when everything in the retail world became so far from normal –This is where data came to save the day.
Retail data allowed retailers to see new trends in the shopping experience and helped retailers find the best way to implement new technology.
But with great power comes great responsibility. Data privacy is something that many people take very seriously and can greatly impact their brand loyalty.
Clearly outlining your privacy agreement and what data you do and don’t track can make the difference between a one-time buyer and a lifetime customer.

A look forward

We have reached a time within the year where both analysts and retailers are very optimistic about the future for big-ticket retailers.
While at one point the National Retail Federation predicted retail growth to reach around 6.5%, the NRF now expects retail to grow between 10.5% and 13.5% by the end of the year.
This new projection of over 10% growth is estimated to total between $4.44 trillion to $4.56 trillion.
The updated projection was based on new vaccination numbers, re-opening of stores across the country, and consumers’ built-up demand after a locked-down year. 


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