(ROCHESTER HILLS, MI) Organize-It, the online storage and organization retailer, has folded the homeware site stacksandstacks.com into organizeit.com. The Stacks and Stacks site, purchased by Organize-It in 2014, enjoyed a long run online as one of the internet's premiere organizing and home goods sites. The recent decision to incorporate Stacks into organizeit.com was based on a desire to provide a better shopping experience by consolidating all products into one website.
"Cutting out some online marketing, streamlining site maintenance, and centralizing the shopping experience is expected to both reduce costs and increase revenue for Organize-It," remarked GM Chris Nylen. The transition should be seamless to Stacks and Stacks shoppers as they will be automatically transferred to a corresponding page on the Organize It site when they go to any Stacks URL. Most customers were already aware that Stacks had become an Organize-It property. ?Since the asset acquisition, maintaining the additional site had become burdensome,? continued Nylen.
Nylen added, "The move will have no adverse impact on shoppers as products will be processed, packed, and shipped using the same personnel and services. The biggest benefit to consumers is that nearly 8000 additional products have been added to organizeit.com, meaning customers will have many more choices in one convenient location. This brings the product count for organizeit.com to nearly 25,000, making it a site worth visiting when shopping for storage, organization or homeware products."
An independent retailer established in 1997, Organize-It works with a growing number of vendors to provide the best in storage, organizing, and home products, including: closet organizers, kitchen gadgets, laundry organizers, garage cabinets, and office wares. Through their e-commerce websites, Organize-It offers a wide range of unique products. In addition to homewares and organizing products, they offer custom closet design and installation services. For more information about Organize-It, go to organizeit.com.
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