The size and style of your labels and Scan Hook Label Holders can directly affect your display density, and ultimately your sales per square foot. But also keep in mind you have a unique clientele and store image to serve. Here craft supplies can be crowded together for maximum selection and because customers are purposely spending time pursuing their enjoyable avocation. But other retail environments might benefit from large labels and breathing space in displays, to sell upscale goods, or allow scanning of the aisle by harried and time-squeezed shoppers. There is no set rule. But browse the series of links and posts included to help ascertain the effect of label spacing.

For vertical label holders as a space saving device SEE…
Label Orientation Alternates
Rotated Toothbrush Label Holders” and less well-done
B/P Anchors Toothbrushes

For hooks mis-aligned for increased denisty SEE…
Hook Mis-align Increases Sales
Hook Stagger Violates Convention” and
Erratic Hooks Tighten Display.”

For a thread on One Lug / One Hole Hooks VISIT…
Perfect Use of One-Hole Hooks
One-Hole Hooks Compared” and
One-Hole Hooks on Display

For narrow items in retail SEE…
Slim Jim on a Pegboard Hook
Sasquatch vs Slim Jim

Also compare label holder size and use at…
Label Size vs Display Density” (This Post)
Rulers Sold On Hooks
Short Sheeted 3/4″ Deep Label Holders
Buy-One Get-One Flip-Front Selling Tool
How to Make a Flip Front Sign Holder
Narrow vs. Wide Label Holders.”

For unusual Flip-front fixtures SEE…
Hinged Metal Plate Label Holders
Articulated Metal Tag for Labels
Curved Basket Tag with Kick Stand
Fold-down Front Product Stop
Short Sheeted 3/4″ Deep Label Holders