Got a Catholic business? Look where to place your product next!
Catholic Online allowing unlimited listings for shopping pages.
Catholic Online is doing its part to help owners of Catholic businesses operate online stores. In addition to providing advertising space to large clients, Catholic Online is now opening room for small businesses to attract new clients via the internet.
Providers of Catholic goods can now enjoy the benefit of listing hundreds of their products for sale.
The move is part of the dynamic changes that Catholic Online has been implementing over the past year.
In the past six months, Catholic Online has been redesigned both front and back, to allow more readers to come onto the site and read about Catholic news, prayers, and saints. It also allows more people than ever to shop online.
The site's traffic now easily tops some four million unique visitors each month making Catholic.org by far, the largest Catholic portal on the internet.
Many retailers pay good money to display their brand in front of these visitors, but with limited listings. Now, thanks to website optimization, Catholic Online can handle a lot more shopping traffic than before. This means more room for more stuff.
This is a win-win for both merchants and consumers. Merchants can take advantage of opening a virtual display case online that allows them to offer all their products to visitors. The increased traffic also means more potential customers are walking through the door. Finally, consumers like the increased selection.
The end result is better sales for many Catholic vendors, and happy Catholic consumers.
The new offer from Catholic Online arrives just as the Sacramental Season is about to start. The time leading up to Holy Week and extending into the summer, is one of the largest catholic shopping periods of the year as the faithful go shopping for baptisms, first communions, confirmations, and weddings.
Any retailer who is interested in listing their inventory on Catholic Online for the purpose of reaching new customers and driving sales is invited to contact the company by calling (661) 869-1000, or clicking here to submit their information.
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