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How Does a Fairground Make More Money?
Author: SinoridesTime: 2016-11-25 16:28:07

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Now there are a lot of fairgrounds, and how to make more money is a big focus for so many fairground owners. Are there any tricks as for this problem? Of course yes.

First, find the problems in the course of business. There are many reasons for the fairground's not making money, such as the cost is too high, no recovery from the early investment, passenger traffic is not enough and so on. So, it needs first to know about the operation states of similar fair grounds. If permitting, you can calculate their passenger traffic and the input-output ratio then solve your own problems.

Second, have a reasonable solution to cost issues. Not making money, in fact, is the output not larger than the input. Here, it is not to teach you to reduce operating costs. In general, all inputs will have its meaning, and as a general operator, there is no condition to blindly waste money. But, one thing, we must remind you that do not cut corners on fairground rides! If you want to save money and purchase rides of quality problem or beyond the safe use period, you will regret definitely when the rides cause problems! Therefore, you can reduce unnecessary costs, but cannot be careless in the key safety and health issues.

Third, improve the user's stickiness. The approaches are many, such as encouraging membership card, giving small gifts, making discounts to attract repeat customers, which are all good ways. And for customers who do not intend to apply for membership cards, you can provide a simple card when the kids come every time, and mark their each consumption, and when their playing times have reached a certain number, you can also give a playing time. The discount is not so better than the membership card, but it will attract more parents to spend. The above three methods are relatively common means, and if you have a better method, you can combine them in the daily operation.


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