Archive for April 27, 2019
Many customers prefer to visit a store in person, especially when it comes to purchasing foods and beverages. While smartphones remain popular for product research purposes, one study found that 77% of consumers visit stores in order to shop. If you own a supermarket, it’s important to be ready to sell to these customers. Fortunately, you can achieve this important goal by having digital signs at your supermarket. Here are five tips to create effective messages on your supermarket’s digital signs.
- Choose Your Words Wisely
It’s important to be proud of the products your supermarket offers. However, you don’t want to let this excite lead to you creating wordy advertisements. While thinking of what to display on your supermarket’s digital signage, it’s wise to make sure that your messages are concise. If not, you could end up losing the focus of your customers.
- Don’t be Afraid of Testing
Many companies realize that the
Many people take for granted the fast and easy delivery methods that we have available to us today. At a time when one of the biggest online retailers is working on a platform to move from two day to one day free shipping options it is easy to assume that these options are easy to implement. The fact of the matter is, however, there is a vast system of transportation decisions that need to be seamlessly orchestrated for these quick deliveries. In fact, the latest research indicates that nearly 12 million trucks, rail cars, locomotives, and vessels move goods over the transportation network.
At a level beneath all of these deliveries, of course, is a complicated financial network. Predicting the costs of these next day deliveries and factoring those costs into the price of products means that there are many accountants and payroll managers. No driver, for instance, is going to wait to be paid for his services until an individual consumer receives a product or a large grocery chain r