Welcome to a Saturday Success Lightning Round of the FastEasySuccess Marketing Newsletter.
Thought I would throw some fun yet profitable questions and answers for you so you can walk away with some quick interesting facts that was profitable to them and could be to you. Ready?
When the slot machine area of a Las Vegas casino was infused heavily with a pleasant scent, how much do you think revenues shot up?
A. Nothing B. 5% C. 53% D.99%
Revenues shot up by 53%! Give yourself a point if you guessed C.
How about this one...
When lemon oil was diffused throughout a Japanese office building, productivity among data entry operators increased by how much?
A. Nothing B. 15% C. 54% D.77%
It increased by 54% C! Lemon oil increased the workers productivity 54%, could you believe it?
In addition to spicing up mood and concentration, a study sponsored by "Cinnabon" found that the scent of cinnamon released into a busy mall caused shoppers to...?
A. Be Angry B. Leave C. Eat More D. Treat others with kindness
The answer is...
Treat each other with more kindness.
That go's to show you like I've said before, the whole experience inside and out can really make a difference in your business.
Now on to the next one...
American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one...?
This one is a hard one to guess so I'll tell you right now...
Just by cutting one olive from each salad served in first class they saved $40,000.
Is there something you could cut or eliminate that is small yet costing you a lot of time and or money? (remember, just don't cut something that takes away from the value you provide, you should always be seeing how to improve)
Alright, we're about out of time so two more for you...
We all know the story of Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer, Right? Do you know really why that character came to life? Was it...
A.Cartoons B. Books C. TV D. An Ad
Not for Christmas books, not for cartoons, not for anything else but...
An ad. did you guess D? No you didn't-lol
The story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was written in 1939 for a store promotion by an advertising employee of the department store Montgomery Ward.
Is there some character real or fictional waiting to be created and used in your business?
And if you been on the newsletter a little while, then you may of remembered me speaking about this one...In 1890, Pepsi-Cola was invented by Caleb Bradham and was originally called...
A. Nothing B. Brad's Drink C. PEPSI D. GOOF
Since my sponsors tell me were out of time today....
"Brad's Drink" is the answer.
Is there something that could use a name change in your business? A package, a service, a guarantee, or anything?
Thanks for playing today, start thinking and putting some things into action and have a great weekend.