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How Effective is Visual Marketing For Promoting Business?

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 3:46:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

sign holderVisual marketing refers to the use of images, videos, GIFs and other visuals to make your marketing impactful and memorable. Just as the age-old saying goes ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ so is the case with visual marketing. An effective visual marketing strategy will make good use of elements, images and graphics to convey information about your brand.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

5 Effective Ways to Promote Your Products or Services

Monday, September 3, 2018 12:48:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

One of the hardest parts for any retail business is to get foot traffic into the store and turn the prospects into buyers. Most business owners simply do not know how to promote their brand and might be getting the whole process wrong for the most part. An advantage of brick and mortar stores is the ability to tap into the immersive customer experience that comes with a physical store. Aside from top-notch retail signage and attractive graphics, you also have the opportunity to be as creative as possible when it comes to promotional ideas. From window displays to acrylic brochure holders, here we look at the most effective tools to promote your product or service.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

5 Tip for Creating a Great Promotional Offer with Brochure Displays

Monday, July 31, 2017 2:01:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

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In the competitive world of retail, a great promotional offer can set your business apart from the competition and inspire your customers to purchase products, tell their social circles about your business and strengthen your brand for you.

Most promotional offers are simple, ranging from discounts on specific products to special deals aimed at encouraging customer loyalty.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

How to Design a Great Takeout Menu or Restaurant Brochure

Monday, July 24, 2017 1:40:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

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Kept near the entrance to your restaurant, a brochure holder filled with takeout menus can be -- along with your in-store sign holders -- one of your most effective tools for increasing orders and driving revenue for your restaurant.

Many restaurants, cafés and other food service businesses make the mistake of investing a lot of time in their conventional menu design, only to breeze through takeout menu design without much effort, interest or strategy.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

Which Signs and Displays Should You Add to Your Restaurant First?

Thursday, July 13, 2017 12:51:24 PM America/Los_Angeles

You’ve just opened your café or restaurant, and you’re ready to start using signage to promote your specials and market your menu items. Which signs should you start with, and where is the best place to display them within your space?

The above question is a common one for restaurateurs and café owners. Signage can play an important role in helping you motivate customers to choose certain items and spend money in your restaurant. However, it needs to be used strategically to be effective.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

4 Durability Tips for Your In-Store Sign and Brochure Holders

Thursday, July 13, 2017 11:35:42 AM America/Los_Angeles

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Do you use sign holders, brochure holders and table tents to advertise products, services and promotions in your store? If so, there’s a good chance you can improve durability and reduce the risk of damaged or broken holders with a few small tricks and tactics.

From choosing the right material thickness to attaching your brochure holders to surfaces, you can prevent most broken or cracked sign and brochure holders easily, helping you get optimal results from your signage and the longest possible lifespan from your equipment.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

How to Make a Big Impact With Small Retail Signs

Saturday, July 8, 2017 1:20:36 AM America/Los_Angeles

In the marketing world, many people believe that big is good and bigger is better. This arms race approach to advertising has resulted in many business owners assuming that small signage and brochures just isn’t worth the investment. After all, who will ever notice it?

 

The reality, on the other hand, is that small signage works. From classified ads to digital banners and search adverts, marketing channels that most people think of as “small time” can result in a huge amount of leads, sales and revenue.

 

Things are no different inside a retail store, where small signs and notices can often have a far greater impact than their bigger counterparts.

 

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

Sign Holders for High ROI Optimizations of In-Store Displays

Thursday, May 18, 2017 8:04:02 AM America/Los_Angeles

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4 Simple, High ROI Optimizations for Your In-Store Signage

Great in-store signs grab a customer's’ attention and motivate them to take action. While some retailers have mastered the art of in-store signage, others use signs that are ineffective at best and hurtful to their visitor-to-customer conversion rate at worst.

Luckily, it’s surprisingly easy to change your signs from ineffective and uncompelling to highly effective. In fact, all that’s often required are a few small changes to the way your signage is designed, worded and positioned.

Below, we’ve shared four simple but highly effective optimizations you can make to your in-store retail signage to capture more attention from shoppers, generate more interest in your products and offers, and convert more visitors into high-value customers.

Give customers a reason to buy

One of the easiest ways to improve the return on investment you get from your in-store signage is to change your copy from giving customers information about a specific product or service to giving them a reason to buy.

For example, if you own a bakery and cake store, an informational sign would read something like “our cakes are made using 100% natural ingredients.” Signage built around a reason to buy your product would instead say “Surprise him/her with our 100% natural baked goods.”

The difference is small but significant. Instead of giving customers information about a product, you give them both information and a reason to buy your product. This tiny change in wording is often all it takes to transform an ineffective sign into a major source of revenue.

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Posted By Dawnna Aaron

4 Ways to Use In-Store Signage to Boost Your Retail Sales

Friday, July 29, 2016 1:59:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

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No matter what you sell, if you’re a retailer, you can increase your sales and encourage more customers to take action using in-store signage.

Almost all retailers are aware of the importance of signage. Despite this, many retail stores use signage that’s ineffective at best, and outright bad at worst. From poor messaging to readability problems, many signs that could be effective fall short because of easily avoidable errors.

From window displays to product displays, effective use of retail signage in your store can drive sales, encourage more customers to sign up for loyalty deals and special offers, and massively increase your visitor-to-customer conversion rate.

Would you like to generate more revenue from your existing customers? Below, we’ve listed four simple but highly effective ways you can use in-store signage to boost sales, increase average revenue per customer, and grow your retail business.

Give customers a reason to buy specific products

Many retailers use signage to draw attention to products, but few use signs to give customers a reason to buy a specific product.

Every product has features and benefits. The features of a television, for example, are its size, display resolution, speakers, input and output ports, “smart” technology and more. These are the specific features that make up the product, and they’re moderately strong selling points.

The problem with focusing on features is that they’re not a strong source of motivation for the majority of customers. Only a small percentage of customers will buy a television because of features -- far more people are persuaded by benefits.

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Posted By Christoper Aaron

How to Inspire More Purchases at Your Store's Checkout Counter

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 8:36:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Checkout signageCheckout counter purchase, often impulse buys, make up a surprisingly large share of most retail stores’ revenue. By designing your checkout counter to encourage purchases, you can add a significant amount to your business’s bottom line.
 

There are a variety of strategies to increase checkout counter impulse buys. One of the most widely used is to train staff to highlight special offers and deals that appeal to customers. This produces real results, but it’s far from the only option available for your business.

Another option is to use in-store signage to draw people’s attention to special deals, discounts, add-on products and other inexpensive, high-margin items that make up the bulk of checkout counter sales.

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Posted By Christoper Aaron
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