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  • Respond to negative reviews, reward positive ones

    Mark Lusky || March 9, 2015
    Both negative and positive customer feedback can build profitability. Don’t ignore either. Acknowledge and in some way reward positive comments; respond and attempt to remediate negative ones. This includes everything from online reviews and fo…

  • Ask customers to point out your ‘warts,’ then show ‘em to the world

    Mark Lusky || November 17, 2014
    As social media drives truthtelling and transparency to new levels, it also can encourage bold companies to ask customers to point out problems, then let the world know about them. In a world where shareholder and stakeholder confidence often reigns…

  • Customer experience needs simplicity, clarity

    Mark Lusky || September 9, 2014
    There’s too much going on – for all of us. From the daily deluge of emails and other in-the-moment communications to an information-packed internet, many of us are overwhelmed and exhausted trying to keep up with, and make sense of, the m…

  • Smart labels enhance buying experience

    Mark Lusky || July 21, 2014
    Smart labels are enhancing consumers’ ability to interact with products on store shelves, which translates into smart marketing. Ever-advancing enhancements heralds the ability of would-be buyers to access everything from pricing and special pr…

  • ‘Pot’-stickers: using labels to make friends

    Mark Lusky || April 15, 2014
    Burgeoning recreational marijuana industries in Washington and Colorado provide a rare glimpse into the birth of a brand new market. For custom label printers, it’s both an opportunity and an enigma. In Colorado, where retail sales began Janua…

  • Labels for product marketing

    Tammy MacLaughlan || March 13, 2014
    Labels can be wonderful marketing tools for product marketing. Decorative labels provide ways for manufacturers to showcase offerings, add personality to otherwise pedestrian-looking products and build credibility both about the product and manufactu…