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.
In the 1990s, grocery stores carried around 7,000 different products. Today, they carry up to 50,000. This dramatic increase in the number of products on store shelves makes it tough for brands to stand out. Consumers can pick from 15 different types of peanut butter, 50 different cereal brands, dozens of soft drink brands, etc. If you want to make your products stand out among the 50,000 others lining the shelves, check out our 6 proven tips for great food packaging.
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