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How Packaging Colors Can Make You Hungry

By: phase1
October 15, 2017

In general, your products will only be in front of consumers for two to three seconds when they’re shopping. This brief window makes it imperative to have packaging that triggers as many senses as possible on both conscious and subconscious levels. Color is very effective at evoking sensory responses on many levels even when it […]

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5 Must-Haves for Trade Show Booths

By: phase1
October 11, 2017

A trade show that relates directly to your business is often a great opportunity to network with your peers and attract new clients. While that’s the case, trade shows require an investment of some marketing dollars. To get the most out of your investment, you must be sure your trade show booth is adequately stocked […]

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10 Tips to Make Your Product Stand Out

By: phase1
October 3, 2017

When it comes to new product launches, it’s commonly believed as many as 95 percent of new products(1) fail every year. While some argue that estimated failure rate is too high, the truth is many new product launches belly flop. Only about 25 percent of retail and consumer packaged goods(2) earn $7.5 million or more […]

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5 Innovative Packaging Designs

By: phase1
October 1, 2017

Early packaging looked a lot different than it does today. Wineskins, woven baskets and handmade clay pots were often the norm, but the goal of packaging has been the same: to protect the contents inside and make products easy to transport and store safely. While that’s still the point of packaging, product packages are used […]

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Eco-Friendly Product Packaging Tips

By: phase1
September 21, 2017

As the effects of global warming become more obvious across the globe, many consumers have started to actively search for products that are eco-friendly or at least friendlier to the environment than their rivals. This push toward eco-friendly products gives you the chance to make your products stand out from competing goods. What You Can […]

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How Your Packaging Could Be Hurting Your Business

By: phase1
September 15, 2017

What comes to mind when you think of marketing? If you’re like many, your mind drifts to television commercials, radio spots and online ads. While many marketing plans do include those things, marketing actually involves more. In fact, marketing involves everything necessary to sell a product, including the product’s packaging. What Is Product Packaging? In […]

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8 Tips for a Small Business to Appear Bigger

By: phase1
September 13, 2017

If you don’t think size matters when it comes to business, you’re wrong. In general, consumers have more confidence in larger and more established organizations. Bigger companies are typically viewed as successful businesses that have staying power. This makes perfect sense when you think about it. A company must be doing things right if it’s […]

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How Packaging Prototypes Can Help You Close the Deal

By: phase1
August 31, 2017

Just like you only have one chance to make a first impression on someone when you meet them for the first time, your products have just one opportunity to make a positive, lasting first impression on consumers. Even if your product is the best one available for purchase, it won’t matter if shoppers overlook it […]

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Guide to Choosing the Right Colors for Your Product Packaging

By: phase1
December 7, 2016

You may have developed the perfect product. You may have developed the perfect way to source it, manufacture it and transport it to market. In the end, though, regardless of your product’s innate quality, you will likely have to depend on its packaging to sell it. Color — among the most basic of human sense […]

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How Packaging Influences Consumer Behavior

By: phase1
October 4, 2016

According to research from the European Journal of Scientific Research, product packaging should be treated as one of the most important tools in marketing communications. People are told not to judge a book by its cover, but human beings are hard-wired to respond to certain visual cues that elicit emotional reactions and catch attention, pique […]

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