Don’t you love it when it takes you 15 minutes just to find a product in the grocery store? Does that make you pick a different, more accessible one instead? Product placement plays a sentimental role in the buying of a product.
Product placement affects, the way a product’s value is viewed. When products make it to multiple sections in the store, it can have a few meanings. They either know it’s a brand that sells and want to have it placed in multiple locations to ensure the customer will see the product. Or, it’s a brand that the store wants to get rid of.
You have 25 minutes to get your daughter to her dance lessons. The lessons are 10 minutes away and your 1-year-old son is in desperate need of some food. You stop at the nearest grocery store. You leave your 12-year-old daughter in the car with your son while you quickly run into the store to get some baby food. You’re inside, you find the correct aisle but, you can’t find the specific brand you were looking for. 10 minutes later after running the aisles in search of the product you go and ask for some assistance. Apparently there was a buy 2 get 1 free special located in the front of the store next to the diapers & baby wipes. You take the special and proceed to checkout. Your daughter makes it to her class on the minuet. So, what can you do to eliminate the stress of not finding products?
They say it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. Is finding products swiftly a skill? You won’t know until you try. With PICKL you get the opportunity to enhance your product searching abilities and with due time, you can become a master. A master is someone with the perfect balance of speed and efficiency.
Yes, finding products swiftly is a skill. It’s an art. It’s a way of life. We would be honored for you to take on this birthright of craftsmanship to becoming a master… PICKLER.
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PICKL announces the launch of its Android application designed for any smartphone owner who loves making extra money simply by taking pictures and answering quick questions about products in stores. Now PICKL has launched both an iOS application and Android application so any smartphone owner can participate in the US, Canada and Japan.
For brands who want to expand abroad, they should critically ask themselves the questions of whether the brand can build a strong customer base internationally. Does your target customer exist in that country? Do you think there is a demand for your service?
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