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Good design is one of the most effective growth tools for an eCommerce business. Every aspect of your eCommerce business, from your company’s logo design to your web site’s appearance to your marketing brochures to the user experience must be smartly designed. Here are six strategies for growing your eCommerce business with strong, smart design.
The unboxing phenomenon has raised the public’s expectation of what the unwrapping experience should be when they buy new products.And, now that the bar has been raised, your packaging needs to live up to these new standards.So, it’s in your business’s best interest to create the best unboxing experience possible. Here’s how…
Poor packaging design can ruin our eatiing experience. Whether your hot soup arrives cold, your cold sushi arrives warm, or the packaging is just an unattractive mess, the wrong packaging makes a meal less appetizing. Let’s take a closer look at why product packaging is important and how you can improve your own packaging to stand out in a crowded marketplace.
With recreational use legal in nine states, the District of Columbia, and across all of Canada, the growth of cannabis businesses is steadily increasing. But are cannabis firms properly connecting with women? The rapid rise of female cannabis users leaves a huge opportunity for cannabis business owners to connect with a brand new target market.
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A strong brand shows what your company does, differentiates your company from competitors, and establishes a unique identity and presence in the marketplace. But sometimes, companies should consider a rebrand. We explore when and why companies should rebrand, and the best practices to rebrand your business.
Appealing to customer emotions is a surefire way to prompt emotional purchases – and more importantly, lasting brand loyalty. That crucial emotional connection stays in a customer’s mind long after the purchase has been made. We show how you can use emotional marketing to compel your customers to stick with your brand.
Hashtags can boost impressions, improve the searchability of your content, and encourage more people to talk about your brand. But using hashtags effectively, especially for business marketing, means doing more than just plugging them into your tweets on Twitter or posts on Instagram, Facebook or another social network. Here’s what you need to know to use hashtag marketing better as part of your overall small business marketing strategy.