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Black Friday is really gold. According to Spendmenot 30% of the the entire year's retail sales occur between Black Friday & Christmas.
Combine this with many places finally opening up after lock-down then many SMEs are in for a busy period towards the end of 2021.
The good news is that Battlefield Businesses can benefit from this.
Quick as look at you, Black Friday and the silly season will be here.
The world has changed from a "just in time" model to a "just in case" one. So get planning on how the Black Friday sales can benefit your Battlefield Business.
With many margins stretch thin, and a backlog of expenses Battlefield Businesses may not want to offer a straight sales discount. Instead build value into your offer by bundling.
Also know as a 'sales stack' operators can package up extras to build value.
As well as basic tickets, Operators might want to add in camo rental or scrim net. Or some other party favor.
Promote gift cards to be used through 2022.
Check your meta tags, particularly your title tag is right on target.
Ideally your title will up to 60 characters. You'll want these words to be succinct and clearly describe what's on each page.
Avoid default titles like "HOME" or "PAGE-1".
If you've used dates in your titles. Make sure you've updated your old 2019 or 2020 dates with the current 2021 ones.
If you haven't already, your website needs to be mobile friendly.
And even if you cannot book tickets online, include a chat bot on your site. Use something like the free app Tawk.to, that way your people can leave a message out of hours or chat with you online.
Black Friday and holiday shopping are crucial for your Battlefield Business, so it pays to start preparing early.
Summing up, Black Friday can be gold for Battlefield Businesses.
And remember, it's more than just about discounts, use bundles to offer value for your customers.
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