Brighten, Sharpen, Push, Shove, Just Make Sure it Looks Perfect I’ve had the chance to work with the renowned Midwest commercial real estate broker, Terry Coyne, for about a dozen years now. Terry’s a friend, too, so no matter how good the composition [photo credit: Gabriella Gallo] of an arriving photo might be, we’re certain go the extra step in production to make sure it […]
Author: 3VERB, Inc.
Retailers, Grocers Prepare to Get Roasted as New Competitors Bring the Heat In the few short months since I wrote the Unclumsy article on the sad demise of Radio Shack, the wave of retail closures has continued, now plainly visible above even our loud national politics as the business press covers every terrible detail of what, actually, seemed like a pretty obvious and inevitable arc. […]
Riding Across a Sea of Tall Grass in Solana Beach In mid-April I had the chance to spend a few days in beautiful, sunny California with the good folks at Walz Caps who make the best cycling caps money can buy. Photo by the incomparable Hannah Stonehouse Hudson. We lopped off the aerobars in Photoshop because that’s how we roll at 3VERB: Laurent Fignon-style. – […]
Specialty Retailers Shrug and Wait to See What Goes Down Brick and mortar retailers remain under pressure from online retailers, of course, especially as Amazon continues to hone their game: products offered at little or no margin and an almost perfect delivery channel, your gift of instant gratification arriving the day after you hit the order button. Indeed, recent reporting on their Prime service also […]
Allow Your Customers Clarity Across Models and Styles It’s incredibly easy for manufacturers to get so caught up in the (important!) minutia of technical specs and brand message that they forget about the obvious. A few years ago, working for a cycling company, we had an epiphany at 3VERB: consumers might just gravitate to a web page that showed all available models, easily compared, side-by-side […]