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3 case studies on issues in the direct-to-consumer market

Success in an increasingly crowded fields requires an extra service others can’t match.

For nutrition, the path to the sales success has long been about finding the right niche. In direct-to-consumer, the number of niches grows exponentially by the day, and getting comfortable in your niche is no longer an option.

With that in mind, we offer these case studies of companies that have moved from one niche to another or created a niche of their own.

Mail Order Makeover: From catalog to click

 The mail-order star of the supplements space has long been

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