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March 20 is the first day of spring. Have you changed out your store’s signs and displays yet? Seasonal retail marketing is a critical sales technique. There is just something about images of pumpkins in the fall, fireworks in the [...] Read More
A well decorated shop can draw customers and build brand recognition. Product arrangement is a factor considered by shoppers while purchasing. A person only buys an item if it appeals to him or her. According to a survey, about 85% of shoppers buy items that please them while on the display. This s Read More

16 Marketing Ideas For Re-using Derelict Space

16 Marketing Ideas For Re-using Derelict Space   - http://tweakyourbiz.com Avatar Posted by elishbul under Rock Your Biz
From http://tweakyourbiz.com 3732 days ago
Made Hot by: James John on July 12, 2012 2:41 am
If you are a landlord, a retailer, have unused business premises or just need to inject CSR and new activity into your local marketing plan – this blog is for you. SMEs, marketing professionals or events person looking for ways to maximize your budget? Take note.There is a new movement led by peopl Read More
FedEx Office released a survey that measures the power of signage. Look at these numbers and the undeniable reasons why good signs are worth the effort. Read More
Shoppers perusing through malls and retail outlets are usually doing the same thing — glancing at store window displays. It’s no secret that the more exciting and inviting your display looks, the more likely the customer is to venture inside and shop. What’s the secret to creating eye-catching disp Read More
Use insights from eye-tracking research to maximise your presence in events, stand displays, graphics, visual merchandising and exhibition stand layout Read More
Marketing is a process that starts far from your business. Depending on your industry, you could be trying to advertise to people on your street, in your city, in your region, country, or even worldwide. You may be advertising over the internet or using TV advertisements to get your point across, Read More
We often speak to small retailers that don’t have any experience using business software. We decided to put together a guide to the best point-of-sale systems for small retailers on a budget—these systems offer advanced functionality and accessible user-interfaces and will only cost retailers $2000 Read More
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