If you have a pulse of the feelings your valued consumers, you cannot commit a mistake designing the label. To change a label for the product is also risky if your product is doing above average. People seek change in the product itself with a changed label. If they feel the change to be appreciable, it boosts the consumption and if they don’t, the excitement to take your product is diminished.
Logo Modifications – You could get charged for each time you want a change or modification to your logo. If a logo designer asks the right questions, does the research and stays in close communication with the client there should be no need for major changes during the creation of a logo design. Be a good communicator and explain to the logo designer exactly what you want your logo to be saying about your business. As a designer, you should get signed approval for each modification showing that the client was in agreement at the time.
There are two unions involved in the creation of Voice-Overs in the U.S. market. They are AFTRA (American Federation of Radio and television Artists) and SAG (Screen Actors Guild).
On a side note, keep an eye on General motors (NYSE: GM), I know that Rick Wagoner didn’t shake the earth with his speech but i feel that they are taking a step back just to make room for a leap. This is an American Icon that will regroup and rebuild, so any decent pullback will present an opportunity.
Before you upload each photo, think about the reasons people might buy that photo, and WHO might want to consider it. Would you photo appeal to designers, graphic artists, art directors, advertising agencies and others, or is it more along the line of “my mother loves it”? Stay clear of the latter. they will not be profitable, and selling digital photos is all about being profitable!
Now lets enter into the Drug Store zone, a company that doesn’t make much movement but has the potential to do much better is Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD). I don’t know if you have ever stepped into one of their stores but it pales in comparison to CVS Corp (NYSE: CVS). They have all of the components to actually make a run at CVS, Rite Aid has over 3,323 in over 27 states while CVS has over 5,471 in 37 states. The difference between Rite Aid and CVS beyond the earnings is the management team. The management at CVS understands their customer base under the direction of its CEO Tom Ryan, while Rite Aid is somewhat disconnected.
Years ago I attended a Las vegas show where the hypnotist on platform did just what everyone prospective. he hypnotized his volunteers right before our eyes.