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It's Official - Gear4music is the UK's Most Popular Musical Instrument Retailer!
The list included the likes of Apple iTunes, Play.com and Zavvi, and ranked Gear4music.com as the most popular UK based musical instrument retailer.
The news was published in the latest edition of Retail Week, a highly regarded publication that explores industry news and market data across the entire retail sector.
The countdown was compiled using web traffic data from Experian Hitwise, a leading global online intelligence service, whose data is used by the likes of Google.
In reaction to the news, Jonathan Meager, Marketing Manager at Gear4music, said, "Everyone at Gear4music would like to thank our customers for their continued support."
"We will continue to place customer satisfaction at the heart of everything we do as we continue to expand."
Gear4music attributes its success to rapidly increasing product availability, the development of new affordable music gear and ongoing improvements to the customer experience on the website.
Customer service is crucial to Gear4music's success - customers can choose their own delivery date, as well as benefit from no-fuss returns, generous money back guarantees and extended warranties.
This achievement marks the start of an exciting time for Gear4music, with a lot of new and exciting developments on the horizon.
By Victoria Brown
Posted on 27 Sep 2013 16:15 to category : Music News
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