Geoffrey Robinson

QR codes are the next buzz word for marketing, and the next wave in scan technology.

There's an all-out war against single-use plastics. As a retailer, can you afford to sit on the sidelines?

what is it about this little blue bird that has captivated the minds of so many fans globally? How and for what can we best use Twitter and why?

Several months ago, I read about a Swami who prohibited his followers from using plastic bags.  I myself was mortified when I realized I was eating organic food daily with a plastic fork and knife.

Search Engine Optimization, search engine marketing, Search Engine management and then we have all the acronyms.  But truly what is Search Engine Optimization and how can it help us in marketing our web sites or in some way help our business?

With 2011 quickly approaching, I wanted to make sure you knew about the momentum that is building behind the reusable bag movement and the positive impact it will have on the retail shopping industry.

A growing portion of the population is trying to live healthier lives.  But at the same time, there are others who are proactively making it harder for people to achieve a better level of health.

How can you tell if the cosmetics or cleaning products that line store shelves are the level of natural that you expect?

In some pockets of the country, the word “recycle” has seemingly become a fallback, catch-all phrase, eclipsing the other two members of the eco-mantra trio: reduce and reuse. As I interacted with people dressed as the Bag Monster (www.bagmonster.com), a costume covered with 500 single-use plastic bags (what an average American is estimated to use in a single-year), I heard many saying “I use a recycle bag,” referring to their reusable bag.