Category Archives: marketing
Everyone wants to know: What is the future of retail? Who will tell us what it looks like? What do consumers really want? How do we remain relevant?
originally posted on LinkedIn The nature of business is competition. There can be collaboration – where businesses team up to compete together. There can be good will, and there should always be ethics and character. There can be tremendous respect … Continue reading
Quick. Take out your smartphone. Open your website. What do you see? If your website seamlessly reconfigured itself to be easily readable on your phone, you’re in good shape. This automatic sizing is called responsive, and it’s what website visitors … Continue reading
Two of my grandchildren are under the age of two. Active little boys, they give me such delight as I watch them develop and grow. They also make me gasp in fear on a regular basis. Just the other day, … Continue reading
Sometimes I listen to parents complain bitterly about things their toddlers – or teenagers – are doing; things which are totally age-appropriate. If you’re like me, you think to yourself, “as long as you’re a parent, you would have a … Continue reading
I’m not a consumer jewelry blogger, but this is something I wish every consumer jewelry buyer would know. It’s about how (great it is) to buy designer jewelry. When you buy designer jewelry, your jewelry has a back story Nearly … Continue reading
In the 1980s I cut my Direct Marketing teeth under the tutelage of Hank Johnson and Katie Muldoon, two of the giants of the catalog world. My previous business experience had been entertainment booking and promotion. Marketing in the entertainment … Continue reading