We’re at a point where the majority of retailers are experiencing year-over-year store traffic declines at brick-and-mortar locations.  Blame it on internet shopping, the glut of big box and anchor store locations in the U.S., or the so-so economy. But it’s happening.  Thankfully, there’s a silver lining. Declining traffic doesn’t have to result in sagging sales, says Mark Ryski, president and CEO of retail traffic and conversion analysis firm HeadCount Corp.  Read the article