Archive for the ‘Visual Merchandising’ Category

If you are a retailer, then knowing how your buyers think is imperative to your business. Knowing how you think is also imperative. This post highlights seven honest retail insights from both retailers and consumers with some examples and questions to influence honest thinking in relation to a retail selling strategy.

Starting your very own business has never been easier today, thanks to the Internet. There’s no need to take out big loans, find investors, look for prime real estate, or hire a lot of employees when you can set up an online store that you can run by yourself with a minimal hosting fee.

As an online marketer, it is essential to understand the buyer's perspective for effective marketing of your products for instant conversion.

I thought I would break it down to the very basics, making this the clear image use and optimization guidelines for all those who have been as confused as I was.

Any avid e-followers will know that the word on the virtual street is 'experience', but what does that mean for businesses using online and offline platforms?

But when you're slap-bang in the middle of the industry, it's an even wiser idea to map out the potential digital futures well ahead of time and start warning the rest of what to expect. In my post today I will be presenting five potential digital futures based on some recent topical posts.

It has yielded valuable insight when designing for Point-of sale, Web pages, Publishing and Visual Merchandising. Why not apply the valuable common sense rules of engagement observed through eye-tracking research when designing your next event backdrop, stall, POS display or exhibition stand?