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⇓Article MarketingBook MarketingCopywritingPublic SpeakingTeleseminarsWritingWriting ArticlesHot TagsAffiliateAffiliate ProgramsArticle MarketingBlogBloggingBusinessCookingCooking RecipesHome businessHostingInternetInternet marketingList BuildingMailing listMake MoneyMarketingOnlineOnline BusinessOnline MarketingRecipesSalesSearch Engine optimizationSmall BusinessSoftwareStorageWebWebsiteWebsite DesigningWebsite developmentWork At HomeWritingadsenseadvertisingaffiliate marketingcomputerebaygoogle adsensehealthinsurancemake money onlinemoneynetwork marketingreal estateself improvementseosuccessweb designweb designingweb hostingwebsite designRetail ArticlesShawn Nelson was watching TV when he realized he might be more comfortable if he lounged on a really huge beanbag. He bought 14 yards of vinyl, shaped it like a baseball, and spent three weeks filling it with soft scraps. He called the finished product the LoveSac; and to his surprise, everyone who saw it loved it. Soon, neighbors were placing orders and before long, the LoveSac went from a couch potato’s sofa of choice to a $30-million-dollar company. Nelson’s transition from couch potato to furniture king is only one of the many success stories in retail. Retail originated from the French word retaillier, which meant to cut off, clip, and divide. While originally used to refer to tailoring, retail has long since passed onto popular use as the practice of selling small quantities of items. Below are articles providing more information about retailing.Displaying 1-10 of 17 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >>Retailer’s Survival Will Be Determined By Their Staff.Posted by StoreDesignxpert. Published on May 03, 2010 Customers are sensitive to the quality level of retail associates and will cast their vote to stop shopping that store or develop customer loyalty for that retailer based on their performance. Choosing Point Of Sale Display MaterialPosted by Grace Kieley. Published on Jan 19, 2010 Every store owner knows that point of sale material helps increase the impulse buys made by retail buyers in most industries. While they are waiting to make a purchase or are waiting in reception areas, they have time to look at advertising material, fill out competition forms, be alerted to new products, or even buy an impulse item such as treats like chocolates. How To Look For A Good Retail Merchant AccountPosted by Pie Leopoldo. Published on Oct 13, 2009 Many retail businesses nowadays are accepting credit or debit card because 80% of retail customers pay with their credit or debit cards and only 20% of them pay in cash. It would be very difficult for business to thrive without these as modes of payment. It would be a great loss for retailers when they do not accept credit or debit cards because their customers may want to find other stores that accept such payments. Retail Display – 7 Steps To Get Displays That SellPosted by Tran Tom. Published on Sep 28, 2009 60% of all purchases are decided at the point of sale. Learn which steps to take to get your desired retail display that will entice customers to purchase your featured product. Every Retail Businesses Must Carry Out These Security ChecksPosted by Nazir Daud Daud. Published on Sep 20, 2009 At a time when retail businesses are feeling the pinch even more, it is worth re-evaluating the security measures which have been put into place to safeguard both the business and its staff. Perhaps, it is also time re-read the insurance policy to make sure that you are fully covered for theft and vandalism and also comply fully with its terms and conditions. Counterfeit $20 Bills On The Rise – Expect Them!Posted by Lance Winslow. Published on Sep 10, 2009 Whenever there is a recession, there is more counterfeit money floating around in the economy. If you think about it, it makes total sense from an economic standpoint, and also from a microeconomic observation. People need money to live and pay their bills, so, when the economy has less cash floating around, everyone is under more stress, folks need to work harder to make the money to live, and with less money around they are unable to meet their obligations. Ten Most Rampant Computer VirusesPosted by AJAY sharma 8972. Published on Aug 14, 2009 Every day new computer viruses are created to annoy us and to wreak havoc on our computer systems. Below are ten viruses currently cited as being the most prevalent in terms of being seen the most or in their ability to potentially cause damage. New viruses are created daily. This is by no means an all inclusive list. The best thing you can do is to remain vigilant, keep your anti-virus software updated, and stay aware of the current computer virus threats. Are You Using These Effective Hospital Gift Shop Display Fixtures?Posted by Terry Keenan. Published on Jul 19, 2009 Hospital gift shops serve important purposes: In addition to offering convenience for hospital visitors who might want to purchase a snack or something to read but don’t want to leave the hospital, they provide the gifts hospital visitors want to purchase for their loved ones. Therefore, it’s important to use effective hospital gift shop display fixtures that will conveniently and attractively showcase the merchandise within the shop. After all, the people who shop at hospital gift shops generally have more pressing matters to deal with than trying to wade through an unorganized shop to find the items they need. Embry-riddle Café Takes Off With SteelPosted by Brenda H Welch. Published on Jul 10, 2009 The concept of an aircraft hangar is nothing new to the students and faculty who populate Embry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityÂ’s campus in Prescott, AZ. It is, after all, one of the best aviation and aerospace universities in the world. Retail Industry, How Long Can You Hold On?Posted by Jason K Spencer. Published on Apr 21, 2009 How long will the retail market stand the upshot of the global financial crisis? People are now refraining from buying supererogatory material things, home appliances, personal gadgets, and even clothes. It is expected that a lower and decreased demand for retail interior design, engineering, construction, and other services in relation to retailing. Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by SynArticles.com, All Rights Reserved.