Why TV Advertising is Ecommerce’s Next Step

Years of ecommerce progress condensed to weeks when retail locations shut their doors this spring. Emarketer estimates an online sales jump of 18%, with total revenues exceeding $700 billion...
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The HurryCane blog series: from napkin to #1 selling cane in America

Check out Marketing Architects' HurryCane blog series, where we  share incredible product development insight, DR marketing tips and entreprenurial advice we've learned during the journey from napkin to No. 1 selling cane in America:

Part 1 – How to Name a No. 1 Brand

Part 2 – How to Test Your Way to the Top

Part 3 – Why It Matters That Grandma’s Shopping Online

Part 4 – 7 Ways to Tell Your Product’s Ready to Scale

Part 5 – Amazon: A Business Owner's Friend or Foe?

Part 6 – Considering Scaling into Retail? 8 Ways to Do It Right

Part 7 – Entreprenuers: How to Say Goodbye to Your Product

 

Chuck Hengel
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