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Music Effect On Shopping Supermarkets
Posted by Anonymous on
9/14/2005 at 5:57 PM ET
what type of music can , attract more people to shop , make people happier at shopping . and even make them to buy more items , make their mind to come back to shop again. i am talking about a huge supermarket but there is only playing classical music and i know everyone gets bored by it. the promotions cant be heard well enough for customer also. i was thinking on a nice sounding like pop music that almost all age around should like it. if i am thinking wrong please let me now about classical music.
9/15/2005 at 1:06 AM
Ahhhh, what type of products are you talking about? Let me take it to an extreme regarding your idea of pop music
Would a customer walking into a record shop that specialises in vinyl record artists from the 1920's to 1950's be happy listening to pop music? Maybe not.
So your issue is to match the music to the type of client the place wants to attarct, rather tha pick the music that you think might appeal to you in the same situation.
And then you have the divisions in pop music - hard pop, soft pop, funk pop? Pop stands for 'popular music' and with all sorts of streams within that band, selecting one isn't as simple as it sounds.
How about people looking for a nice relaxing massage - would a boom boom boom pop sound help relax them? What about a doctors surgery or a dentist?
Much deeper issue that first needs to be looked at through the lens of the potential customer
9/17/2005 at 11:20 AM
May I suggest that the next time you put up a question, that you leave it up for a longer period so more people around the world can participate?
It could help you to get more information related to your issues.
9/28/2005 at 5:06 PM
I think you must try to analyse the type of people who mostly visit the place. Music must be played according to them.
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