During the holiday season, corporate parties bring in a major revenue boost for family entertainment centers. Capitalize on the need for corporate holiday venues by making sure you get in front of your best customers early in the season, and for those last-minute planners. Here’s how to bring in more holiday party leads, fast.
Marketing for family entertainment centers revolves around birthday parties, right? Even if they’re a small percentage of revenue (we learned that birthdays should account for between 15-20% of total revenue for FECs), they drive repeat business and build awareness for casual and walk-up business too. They’re vital.
Here are some of my favorite takeaways that will help you book more birthday parties.
Once you have a website and begin to build your online presence, it’s time to use it to your advantage. SEO, or search engine optimization, makes your business easier to find in Google (or Bing, or Yahoo, or any other search engine). Half of visitors who conduct a local search on their phone visited the
These days, it’s not enough to put an ad in a newspaper or a phone book and hope that new customers will come in droves to your family entertainment center. Instead, successful marketing comes from cyberspace — digital marketing is all the rage, as more people get information from their phones, computers and tablets instead
If you’re looking to boost your business and rake in more cash at your family entertainment center, you may be stumped for ways to bring in more customers. Good news — with just a few imaginative twists, you can encourage your customers to spend more time and money in your family entertainment center, and keep
Mini golf centers are loads of fun for people of all ages. While your mini golf center may get its share of business, there are a few marketing tactics that can help yours can stand out from the rest. Social Media Marketing Strategy One tool modern-day mini golf centers have that those of yesteryear did
While your family entertainment center’s business plan should concentrate on amenities, promotions, and facility upkeep, don’t forget your most important marketing tool: Customer service. Here are a few ways you can improve your center’s overall customer experience, and how negative customer service can be a huge detriment to the success of your business. Make Customer