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Blue Apron Cuts Marketing Spend As Customers, Orders Decline

direct-to-consumer brands Blue Apron Cuts Marketing Spend As Customers, Orders Decline by Steve Ellwanger , November 8, 2022 D2C meal-kit delivery provider Blue Apron Holdings’ bid for growth and profitability is facing stiff headwinds in the form of a declining customer count and uncertain financial liquidity. Although price increases helped the company raise its average … Continue reading Blue Apron Cuts Marketing Spend As Customers, Orders Decline

Elon Musk considers making verification a Twitter Blue perk

Elon Musk has begun his takeover of Twitter Twitter could change dramatically under Musk’s leadership. K. Bell @karissabe   Dado Ruvic / reuters After months of legal drama, Elon Musk has begun his takeover of Twitter, according to The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. His first move was to fire CEO Parag Agrawal, Chief … Continue reading Elon Musk considers making verification a Twitter Blue perk

True Blue: Consumers Remained Loyal To Brands Despite Events Of 2020

True Blue: Consumers Remained Loyal To Brands Despite Events Of 2020 by Ray Schultz , March 3, 2021 Your email system is in place. You are able to send out loyalty updates almost by the minute. It’s time to build new relationships with shoppers. Right? If only that’s all it took.  Actually, consumers want discounts … Continue reading True Blue: Consumers Remained Loyal To Brands Despite Events Of 2020

The Politics Of Shopping: Blue State Consumers Less Likely To Shop In-Store

The Politics Of Shopping: Blue State Consumers Less Likely To Shop In-Store by Ray Schultz , Columnist, December 29, 2020 National brands trying to segment their email lists might look again at one of those tried-and-true variables from direct mail: geography.  A new study by Esquire Advertising found that in-store shopping surged in some states … Continue reading The Politics Of Shopping: Blue State Consumers Less Likely To Shop In-Store

Why Are Social Media Sites Blue? How Color Psychology Drives Engagement

Baylor Cherry October 9, 2020 Sometimes called “the Nirvana color,” blue symbolizes the comfort, sky, water, sleep, the mind, trustworthiness, and safety (think police officer uniforms). From surfing the waves to surfing the internet, blue is everywhere. Have you ever wondered why most of the major social media platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, utilize … Continue reading Why Are Social Media Sites Blue? How Color Psychology Drives Engagement