SURREY, BC – Cheryl’s Trading Post, a Surrey based authentic Native art store, has officially launched its redesigned website and internet marketing strategy to further the company’s role in offering authentic Native art to the community. Cheryl’s Trading Post focuses primarily on local Northwest Coast art, and also carries Native products from all over Canada, the United States, Mexico and South and Central America.
website redesign brings a fresh look to its already user-friendly navigation, and enhances the users experience with an easy to use online store and shopping cart. A regularly updated news section called “Smoke Signals” has been added, and is intended to educate the public on news and upcoming events as it pertains to Cheryl’s Trading Post.
The new website will no longer act as merely an online presence for Cheryl’s Trading Post, but will also act as an interactive and educational platform which includes social media, to educate the public on all types of Northwest Native art.
Keeping the values and traditions of the culture of their tribe and preserving those of other tribes is the vision of Cheryl’s Trading Post, and the new website is just one of many ways in which CherylsTradingPost.com
Rich in products and images, CherylsTradingPost.com has new sections with easy to navigate headlines and categories, allowing information to be found quickly and efficiently. In the future, website owners aim to update the site more frequently, and comment on more news pertaining to Native art.
New features have been added to the website such as a “Wish List,” a newsletter, gift vouchers, specials, and an affiliate marketing program. Social share features will soon be added to every news article and will make social bookmarking and sharing quick and efficient for site visitors. A full internet marketing campaign is currently being constructed, which will consist of search engine optimization, paid advertising, and other social media platforms.
About Cheryl’s Trading Post
Cheryl’s Trading Post is an independent Native family owned, operated, and staffed business which sells authentic handmade Native art. Their focus is primarily on local Northwest Coast Art, and they work with traditional people who practice their cultures and fulfill their responsibilities within their Native community.
Cheryl’s Trading Post knows that the artists deserve to be compensated fairly for their work, while their customers also deserve the highest quality work at the most reasonable prices possible. Cheryl’s Trading Post is dedicated to making a positive purchasing experience for all who are involved.
For more information about Cheryl’s Trading Post, or to view their online store visit http://cherylstradingpost.com/
. To visit their store in person at the Semiahmoo Shopping Center in White Rock, BC.
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Cheryl's Trading Post
unit 103 - 1711 152 St., Surrey B.C.,
V4A 4N3, Canada