Holidays events boost archery retail sales

Holidays & Events Are Retail Money Makers

Carolee Anita Boyles November 25, 2014

The value of seasonal sales is clear in some market segments. Perhaps the most obvious is Christmas trees, as all manner of retailers scramble to stock and sell them between mid-November and Dec. 25. Although many archery retailers adeptly capitalize on sales around hunting season, they often miss less obvious ways to tie sales to seasons and events. “Retailers can drive additional traffic into their shops with just a little planning,” said Amy Hatfield, communications coordinator for…

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Why Knowing Katniss Everdeen Can Convert Teens Into Customers

Katelyn Rutland November 17, 2014

The third installment of “The Hunger Games” movie franchise, “Mockingjay” opens this Friday, Nov. 21. If the first two movies were any indication, this film will push unlikely customers into your shops. When that happens, knowing a little about the movie creates identification with new customers, builds rapport and improves your ability to make a sale. It’s essentially learning a language and using it when a teenager — inspired by these movies — walks…

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Is QB Cam Newton Listening To a Podcast? Data Suggest It’s Quite Possible.

Katelyn Rutland October 23, 2014

More Internet users are listening to podcasts. The Pew Research Centerfound 27 percent of Internet users 18 and older downloaded or listened to podcasts in 2013, up from 21 percent in 2010 and 7 percent in 2006. For more signs of a growing podcast audience, look no further than Apple. In 2013 the company celebrated its 1 billionth podcast subscription. Since then, Apple’s iTunes store has steadily grown its catalog to over 8 million episodes in 100 languages. Business, comedy, education, government,…

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What Thoreau Understood About Content Marketing Before It Even Existed

Amy Hatfield September 30, 2014

Arianna Huffington, publisher of the online news source Huffington Post, wrote: “The media world's fetishization of social media has reached idol-worshipping proportions. Media conference agendas are filled with panels devoted to social media and how to use social tools to amplify coverage, but you rarely see one discussing what that coverage should actually be about. As Wadah Khanfar, former Director General of Al Jazeera, told our editors when he visited our newsroom last week, ‘The…

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