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February 2019

Spring is in the air! Your customers are looking forward to the growing season, spring cleaning, and a fresh start. So, this issue’s Fine Print is devoted to Home and Garden books. While they may not all seem like traditional gift book selections, they are

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] It wasn’t until 1997 that the term weblog entered our lexicon and since then, it seems content online has exploded. This year, it’s estimated there will be 31.2 million bloggers in the United States alone, according to statistica. Content reigns supreme and demand for good-quality material

This is pianist Gary Schmidt's second original music release, but these 14 tracks had me thinking it was closer to his fourteenth. Schmidt is on his way to reaching the upper tier of piano artists on the contemporary instrumental scene (if this album is any

Create an emotionally responsive, engaged social media communitythat enhances your business and benefits all Emotional impact creates engagement. I know from personal experience that if I don’t care about something, I switch off. I don’t expect anything different from those that I want to connect with

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Whether you are expanding your online retail shop into a brick and mortar location, or even starting to sell your homemade goods at a farmers market, one thing is for sure: You’re going to need a point of sale system to get the job done

In this issue you can a take a peek at the 2019 Trend Watch to see what’s buzzing around the world this year. Understand the reason people buy in the feature psychology of shopping and learn how our Take Five column can help you deal

Most storeowners, especially of smaller stores, can do what is called an “eyeball” inventory. It is easy to feel as if this is sufficient because, after all, it is easy to see when a box of stones is empty, when you’re getting short of a