Subscribe to Email Updates

Latest Blog Post

Limitless digital frame board? Yes please!

Nichola Liboro
by Nichola Liboro on May 27, 2015 at 3:03 PM

Frames Data Online is included in every Frames Data subscription - it's a superfast search engine equipped with 15+ different filter options and large full-color images.

Why is this important?
It's important because you no longer have to be limited by the selection of frames actually on your board. You're sure to find the perfect frame for your patients, even if it's not physically in your store!

If you don't carry the brand your patient really wants, get creative! Can your wholesale lab order the frame for you? Can you get it through your buying group? Show your patient that you're willing to go the extra mile and they'll surely appreciate it enough to come back over and over again as a loyal customer!

blog_graphic
Click here to enlarge the image!

Leave a comment

Nichola Liboro
Written by Nichola Liboro
Nichola Liboro has been part of the Frames Data team since 2015, but has been blogging since 2007. With her background in marketing and communications, she enjoys turning dry business editorial into fun and quirky tips, tricks, and how-to posts that are fun to read. She loves puppies, world peace, puns, and long walks to the fridge. Hailing originally from The Philippines, Nichola now spends her weekends exploring New York City.
Written by Author

Related posts

Using Eyefinity Practice Management? Make sure you do this.

If you've renewed your Frames Data subscription recently, you may need to refresh the validation in your software by clicking...

Tom Doyle
By Tom Doyle - May 17, 2021
Meet your new best friend

Frames Data Online should be your first stop for finding new styles, lookup wholesale pricing, view colorways and more.

Watch...

Tom Doyle
By Tom Doyle - May 10, 2021
Help! I can't find this frame in my software!

Are you loading Frames Data into a third party software, but finding that there are frames missing?  Let's troubleshoot!

 

 

...

Tom Doyle
By Tom Doyle - April 20, 2021