Why does your CD duplication and packaging technique have
so much importance in relation to each other?
difference in how your CD packaging is can be quite substantial
depending on whether or not it will be marketed through a
retail distribution or sent directly to the end user. If you
plan on marketing through both methods, then two separate
techniques might be a serious option to consider.
Objectively you want the customer to single out your product.
This gives them more insentive to purchase it. In a competitive
retail-orientated marketplace, one of the most common ways
a consumer will know about your product is how effectively
it is packaged. Apart from the actual content, this is an
essential element consumers will use to conclude on the quality
of your product.
What your end user does with the disc once they have it in
their possession is another very important areas to consider.
Commonly it is not until after companies receive poor feedback
from their customers that they consider this dilemma. Gratuitously
large packages, brochures, as well as subscription information
are often looked at as an intrusion on one's valued storage
space. Also consider the average consumer feels overwhelmed
if given an abundance of information to digest all at once.
Catering to your end users needs is of the essences; simplicity
combined with convenience are two of the most prominent factors
to remember. Durable yet space conscious packages are ideal
for today's flustered consumers.
If your CD packaging is done poorly, low sales can be a result.
This is the last thing any company wants to happen- especially
after all of the hard work that's initially involved creating
the disc content.