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November 21, 2017 / Best Practices

5 Surprising Ways In-Store Announcements Can Help Liquor Store Marketing Efforts Take Off

If the failure of Prohibition taught anything, it was that the liquor industry will survive. As such, today’s liquor stores may think they don’t need to spend time or resources in marketing. Put up the bottles and they will come, right? Not so fast.  …

November 17, 2017 / Best Practices

4 Ways to Manage the Vibe at a Large Scale Workplace

Cold. Vast. Overwhelming. A description of outer space? Nope. A local big box store or a warehouse setting. Clearly, when it comes to large warehouses or box stores, there are unique challenges to creating a vibe that can combat all those descriptors. But it can…

November 16, 2017 / Best Practices

5 Effects In-Store Audio Has On Your Customers That You May Not Realize

Picture standing in the grocery aisle trying to determine which cereal to buy when a new song comes on the overhead speakers. Suddenly, the person to the left breaks out into a full break dance routine! Okay, so maybe in-store audio doesn’t have THAT big…

November 13, 2017 / Best Practices

5 In-Store Announcement Ideas You Should Be Using, But Probably Aren’t

The customers are rolling in. One by one they walk through the store and…leave without buying anything. Or leave angry because they had to wait too long. Or they leave without signing up for the big event next month. What’s going on? Once a customer…

November 8, 2017 / Best Practices

3 Ways Car Dealerships Can Influence Potential & Current Customers Using Audio

Car dealerships are notorious for at times feeling like expansive and exhaustive labyrinths. Rows of car after car after car can make customers feel overwhelmed to the point where the shopping experience is tainted before the purchase process even begins. Dealerships are already utilizing certain…

November 2, 2017 / Best Practices

What’s the Science of Music? 8 Facts That Might Surprise You

Don’t feel like working out? Turn up the tunes and get to it. Finding trouble focusing? Put on some classical music. Need to shake a bad mood? Find some upbeat music and turn it up! Most people spend a significant part of their day listening…

October 28, 2017 / Best Practices

6 Easy Ways to Make Waiting Rooms More Enjoyable For Your Guests

The waiting room. Few things inspire eye rolls, dread, and a desperate check to make sure a phone battery is charged like knowing an indefinite time is about to be spent in a waiting room. Whether it is at a doctor’s office or the mechanic…

October 24, 2017 / Best Practices

5 Factors to Consider When Creating The Right Vibe For Your Business

Great products? Check. Clean displays? Check. A well crafted brand identity? Definitely. An in-store vibe that fits that business’ brand? Che…wait…a WHAT that fits the brand? For many of today’s businesses, having a great product, display and staff are only part of the battle. To…

October 20, 2017 / Best Practices

How Dayparting Can Help Your Business Appeal to Different Audiences

Many business owners believe they can find a solid station or playlist that appeals to their target audience group, then sit back and be done with it. And if that is the approach they are taking, they are only letting in-store audio do a fraction…

October 18, 2017 / Best Practices

Retailers: 4 Reasons to Play Music & Announcements In Your Store

Imagine walking into a retail store and hearing nothing but perhaps the hum of an air conditioning unit or the clacking of the cashier’s nails on the counter. Sounds awkward and uncomfortable, right? Or, imagine a shopper visits an upscale boutique and the music is…

October 12, 2017 / News

Fuzic Is Now Vibenomics

Regardless of the industry, one thing that business owners can be certain of is the only constant is change. Address or hour changes, product launches or enhancements, businesses are constantly moving and adjusting to stay competitive. When Fuzic launched, there was no misconception about eventually…

October 10, 2017 / Best Practices

Control Your Store (and Brand) With In-Store Audio

Think about every employee who works in a store. Think about their unique likes, opinions and general preferences. Now consider this: what if each of them could control the music style, volume, and what plays over the in-store speakers? Liz loves Taylor Swift but Jessie…

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