In 2017, small businesses are focusing more on the customer’s experience as they continue to see the impact that customers have on their business’s success. Customer service is certainly a top priority for small businesses, which is why business owners are looking for more creative ways to connect with their loyal customers, as well as, attract potential customers. For this reason, we’re going to provide you with 3 customer service trends for small businesses: Continue reading
Retail trends come and go, though sometimes you see ones sustain for years and years. Three top trends this year more or less reach back to standard business practices while keeping one foot into the coming decade. If you’re going to stay competitive in the increasingly busy business world, it pays to heed some of the most popular trends and build on them. While this adheres to packaging practices, it also applies to basic principles and philosophies. Continue reading
Does the marketplace know who you are? Check out these key ideas in understanding the importance of keeping up with your digital identity. Continue reading
Marketing your business is an important part of owning a business, though it is often overlooked. Without marketing, you won’t have customers and your business could fail. With the right marketing plan, your business will stay consistently busy.
Here are some tips for marketing your small business. Continue reading
Recent scientific research of the impacts on colors in marketing activities reveals that 60 to 90 percent of the consumer’s decision about a product is based on colors. When it comes to communicating a brand’s function and a package’s appeal, color is one of the most significant variables. Bear in mind that the psychological reaction to a color, and associated logo or brand, ultimately depends on the consumer’s personal experiences and preferences.
Color Psychology Matters in Marketing
A consumer’s purchasing intent is impacted by colors because the aesthetics influence the perception of the brand. That is, the colors define how consumers interpret the company’s logo, brand and personality. It is no secret that certain brain functions, such as cognitive heuristics, biologically condition the individual to focus on familiar and safe things. When creating a brand identity, color is the best way for a small- to medium-sized business to differentiate themselves from competition. Brands and logos that present a dominate trait, such as sincerity, excitement, competence, sophistication and ruggedness, can create a bond with the customer and continue to grow a customer relationship with them. Continue reading