When a customer enters a brick and mortar store and browses the aisles of available products, a retailer can utilize any of the five senses to influence purchasing decisions. If you have ever visited Chicago you know that the smell of Garrett popcorn can be picked up from blocks away, enticing all those who wander into the general vicinity. What if that popcorn had to be sold strictly based on a photo and a few lines of text? Better yet,…
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