Saco, Maine – Digital marketing agency, Hall, is proud to announce that long-time client, The Vermont Country Store, has been ranked first in the Universal Provider category of Newsweek’s Best Online Shops 2023. Newsweek collaborated with global data-research firm Statista to evaluate retailers based on criteria shoppers find important, like usability, security, and likelihood to make a purchase.
The Vermont Country Store, a family-owned business founded over 75 years ago by the Orton family, beat out other well-known retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, Target, and more. The company’s commitment to quality and customer service, combined with Hall’s work to improve its online presence and reach more customers, has proven to provide an excellent shopping experience for customers.
For more information about Newsweek’s Best Online Shops 2023, visit newsweek.com/rankings/best-online-shops-2023/universal-provider.
About The Vermont Country Store
Founded in 1946, and now in its third generation of Orton family ownership, The Vermont Country Store is known as The Purveyors of the Practical and Hard-to-Find, serving customers online, through its catalogs, and in their two retail stores in Weston and Rockingham, VT. For more information, visit vermontcountrystore.com.
Hall is a globally recognized, data-driven, digital agency that focuses on search engine optimization, technical SEO for retailers, paid search marketing, digital advertising and retargeting, web analytics, user experience optimization, and email marketing. The company is a verified WooExpert—recognized among the top WooCommerce developers in the world. Hall has been involved with WordPress and WooCommerce and has passionately contributed to WordPress for over a decade.