By Joel Albrizio, President, Adlife Marketing & Communications
"Adlife Grows Retail Sales With Bad Adz....eMail With Real Reach"
For some time most retailers have realized stagnant or in fact declining retail sales. Why is that do you think? Retail sales success is about excitement. Something new, something fun, spontaneous retailers have that all important edge.
"Bad Adz Makes Retail Offers To Customers On The Spot"
Everyone sells food....period. So today if we agree we must be competitive, sales driven and focussed on the customer and his or her wants and needs what better way to cope with that than specialized, custom eMail programs. Bad Adz allows the service driven retailer to shine.
"Every eMail Has A Mini-Video Recipe Showing Us How To Cook"
Bad Adz is an eMail program that delivers your weekly ad to the customer digitally and adds that 30 second video showing todays shopper how to cook that special meal or make that popular new drink. Oh, and the ingredients are there as well.
When you offer price and then add to that price a video recipe to insure cooking success thats a customer driven service program. Bad Adz allows your retail location to become a resource the the customer. We all need to remove our supermarkets away from the auction of items at the lowest price in order to sell product.
"Selling Smart Is Selling Digital....Bad Adz Is Smart Digital"
Is it time to think more digital when connecting with your customer and begin to act and not react to the competition within your marketplace? Custom built Bad Adz eMail programs will change your customer relationship and with that change will come sustained retail success.
Many have asked why I choose to write about what I see in the supermarket industry today and my ideas. At Bad Adz, PreparedFoodPhotos.com & Adlife we believe great ideas and the resulting branding will give new life and direction to any company. So for that reason we chose to open the discussion.
Yes, I understand I probably misspelled something or butchered the English language in a few places, the goal however was to open your minds to new ideas. Many thanks to Sharon Albrizio for her help with this article.
Joel Albrizio, President of PreparedFoodPhotos.com & Bad Adz
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