Retail Design Blog Third Anniversary

April 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

Dear Readers,

RetailDesignBlog is three years old!

We thank you for your interest and support in the past three years. We have started the blog in May 2011 to bring together, inform and inspire retail design professionals. We have decided to celebrate our 3rd anniversary on a peninsula in the Danube where people like to spend their spare time after the hard working days.

Thanks to your enthusiasm and interest in the content we provide, we have seen again a fantastic growth in visitor numbers from all over the world since last year, May of 2013:

visitors per day: from 23.500 to 29.500
newsletter subscribers: from 2.393 to 5.200
facebook followers: from 22.000 to 45.500 followers

Some interesting data about RetailDesigBlog:

April 2013

4540 posts
1774 store design articles
440 branding projects
622 visual merchandising ideas

April 2014
7681 posts
2703 store design articles
687 branding projects
973 visual merchandising ideas

New topics in Last Year on RetailDesignBlog:

1131 hotel & restaurant articles
654 exhibit design projects
569 office design ideas

If you are interested in advertising on RetailDesignBlog, please take a look at our media offer.

Seeing the figures above, hopefully we can have your attention and support raising our blog to a higher professional level in the future. Please do not hesitate to comment the articles and contact us with further new projects to share.

Please, celebrate with us by wishing Happy Birthday to RetailDesignBlog!

artica
the interior design & construction company






























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