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CVS recently surprised many by announcing that it will no longer sell tobacco products in their 7,600 stores. As one of the nation’s largest drugstore chains, it was a bold move, one that is expected to decrease their sales by $2 billion.
They’ve shown leadership in the industry, and I can’t wait to see how this affects CVS’ perception in the marketplace.
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As a design firm that works with many small businesses to launch their web site or redesign their web site, I’ve come to realize that the way an organization or entrepreneur handles their own web site project often is a good indicator of how they will run their entire business.
You just can’t escape the fact that Twitter has had a profound effect on marketing strategies.
Hashtags, those things that #looklikethis, started with Twitter. They are now in use on Facebook and other places, but Twitter is what started and still dominates the world of hastags. It amuses (annoys?) me that there is now a #hashtag displayed over the picture during so many televsion shows, sports events and other programs. For some programming it does seem to draw in audience participation in a way that was previous unheard of.
Also as you see ads on TV or in print, that use hashtags in addition to Twitter handles to try and engage viewers.
Now Staples is doing a marketing stunt that relies heavily on Twitter and hashtags.
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