The Girl Scouts Will Start Selling Cookies Online

The Girl Scouts Will Start Selling Cookies Online
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The Girl Scouts Will Start Selling Cookies Online

Read on to learn about the Girl Scouts' new cookie ordering process.

Girl Scouts will now use an online platform called "Digital Cookie” to sell cookies.

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Each girl scout can invite customers to her own webpage with an email address. According to Time, you won't be able to access the site to purchase cookies without an email invitation, so that the Girl Scouts can build client lists.

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The new digital platform is expected to raise $800 million in sales a year for the Girl Scouts.

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“Girls across the country now can use modern tools to expand the size and scope of their cookie business,” explained Sarah Angel-Johnson, who directs the digital cookie platform, “and learn vital entrepreneurial lessons in online marketing, application use and e-commerce.”

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If you love Girl Scout cookies, this news will probably make you very happy. The Girl Scouts are well-known for the signature cookies they sell. Opting to stick with tradition, the Girl Scouts have stayed away from selling their goods online for nearly 100 years, but now the tide is turning. This year all of you big Samoa and Thin Mint fans will be able to purchase cookies online, according to The New York Times.

Check out the slideshow above to learn how the Girl Scouts will be selling their cookies online this year.

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