We are considering having a few copies around for the customers to read, but it's also LOTS of advertisements for other vape vendors, so this could be a double-edged sword. Thoughts?
If you consider a library as a source of information, you should be running both. What are your demographics? Who are your most frequent repeat customers and what is the most common questions asked by them. An informed buyer will return much more ofter then a "shopper" When I visit a B&M I want to be treated as a customer in a store, not like I'm at a hot dog truck.You run a library or a vape store !!! If they spend all the time reading, and not buying you will be running a museum . Get your people to talk to the customer and get them involved !!!
I agree with this, but the vape shops here want you in and out. There is only one shop I can kinda chill out at and that's avail vapor. Most of these shops don't even have places to sit.Plus the longer you can keep someone in your store the more likely they are to decide to buy something else they weren't planning on purchasing. Also, they might see an ad for something from another vendor that they really want and you happen to carry it for a similar price and buy it from you.