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How Retailers Track Shoppers In Heat Maps - Business Insider

How Retailers Track Shoppers In Heat Maps - Business Insider Avatar Posted by amabaie under Technology
From http://www.businessinsider.com 74 days ago
Made Hot by: tcamba on February 3, 2014 1:33 am
New camera-based technologies are helping retailers track what you touch, what you ignore, and where you walk, so they can optimize store layouts like never before. They do it by using real-time imaging to track your movements, and then turn that info into heat maps. It's a data-intensive approach Read More

Retail site selection: Median Income vs. Median Rent

Retail site selection: Median Income vs. Median Rent Avatar Posted by amabaie under Strategy
From http://geometrx.com 74 days ago
Made Hot by: seobromino on February 3, 2014 12:05 pm
If you compare median income to median rents in an area, you get a great idea of what the disposable income is. Here is how to use that information to make the best retail site selection choices. Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Vine for Bloggers

The Ultimate Guide to Vine for Bloggers Avatar Posted by amabaie under Online Marketing
From http://www.guestcrew.com 81 days ago
Made Hot by: SimplySmallBiz on January 26, 2014 4:32 pm
Where Twitter changed the world by limiting posts to 140 characters, Vine is offering the world a new way to see things – moving images just a few seconds in length. Read More
One of the casualties of lack of time is the shrinking number of families spending time together around the dinner table enjoying homemade meals. Meal preparation businesses are growing in popularity to fill this gap in our lives. This heatmap shows where there is the most opportunity. Read More

Marketing Without Marketing

Marketing Without Marketing Avatar Posted by amabaie under Customer Service
From http://www.inc.com 85 days ago
Made Hot by: BizWise on January 21, 2014 3:23 am
Rather than spending money to snag new customers, lavish some love on your current ones. There is no marketing department or chief marketing officer at 37signals. Read how they do "marketing" differently. Read More
My wife just closed the books for our online store and here's how we did in 2013. Are we still growing? Read More

Professional Blogger - You Don’t Have to Write What You Know

Professional Blogger - You Don’t Have to Write What You Know Avatar Posted by uttoransen under Online Marketing
From http://growmap.com 214 days ago
Made Hot by: bizyolk on September 14, 2013 4:23 am
Every writer out there, from novelists to professional bloggers has heard this old piece of advice: “Write what you know.”
But what if what you know isn’t what’s in demand? Read More
By eliminating redundant tasks you will have less to do. By automating tasks that others can do on your behalf, you free yourself to work on business development (or a round of golf). Read More
Before I get into any specifics, I just wanted to say that so far this year has probably been the most challenging year we've ever had with our online wedding business Read More

Online Business Owners: How to Punch Through Plateaus

Online Business Owners: How to Punch Through Plateaus Avatar Posted by mywifequitherjob under Startups
From http://mywifequitherjob.com 294 days ago
Made Hot by: BizWise on June 28, 2013 1:33 pm
Learning to recognize the difference between vanity metrics and actionable metrics can make all the difference to the growth of your business and your ability to recognize a plateau when it’s on the horizon Read More

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