It's Not a Party Without a Photo Booth

It's Not a Party Without a Photo Booth

At the end of the day, a photo booth is a photo booth whether you go for a traditional one or digital one from a reputable company such as Kool Photo Booths. Most photo booths these days are digital because they are easier to work and they tend to be a... Read more >>

 

It’s Not a Party Without a Photo Booth

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At the end of the day, a photo booth is a photo booth whether you go for a traditional one or digital one from a reputable company such as Kool Photo Booths. Most photo booths these days are digital because they are easier to work and they tend to be a lot more fun for people to work with because you can even chop and change backgrounds in some of them. Digital photo booths are so easy to use that just about anyone should be able easily to follow the instructions and get it right the first time. If you have the correct software running the photo booths then they run so easily. Traditional photo booths consist of a bench and a curtain to close of the inside of the booth to the outside world...

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Any Excuse to take Photos

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With thanks to Neon Events at www.neonevents.co.uk for this information.

If there is one thing you can be sure of it is that no one is going to throw away a photo of themselves, so do not forget to keep this idea in mind for your next big event you think of throwing for clients and potential clients. It is a great way to give your guests a little something personal while adding a little bit of your brand to the mix and you know that the photo is going to go up somewhere in their house or even on a social networking site. It is such a simple way to make sure that the name of your brand sticks in consumers and clients minds. They will constantly come in to contact with the photo, which means that they will automatically come in to contact with your brand...

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Taking the Step Up in Castles

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By reading this important report you will be leaps and bounds ahead of 99.9% of the businesses that you compete against, be it Kool Bouncers bouncy castle industry or any other industry.

By following the advice in this article your referrals should greatly increase and so should your bouncy castle bookings. Every bouncy castle owner knows that the very best way to get new customers is by referrals. Referrals will trust you completely because you were recommended to them by a friend or acquaintance that the customer trusts. Referrals bring a bigger return than traditional marketing methods, such as:

  • Advertising
  • Direct mail
  • Internet advertising
  • Networking

The main reason why referrals are so powerful is because they come from a credible third party that has already done business with you...

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Running a Bouncy Castle Business

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The first thing to do is to look through all your local newspapers. Locate the classified section and then find the heading “Entertainers” or “Leisure”. Also look at your local Yellow Pages directory under the heading “Bouncy Castles & inflatables.” See if there is anyone else running a Bouncy Castle Hire Business. Don’t just look for one week. Keep looking every week. If you do spot a regular advertiser, don’t be put off. There’s still room for you. When my first advertisement appeared, to my astonishment another one appeared that same week. But, as I found out later, it didn’t matter. The calls kept coming in, there seemed to be room for us all. In fact, I learned later that this new rival was actually giving my telephone number to any inquirers he couldn’t fulfil himself.

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A New Venture?

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Here is a list of what you’re likely to need.

1. Bouncy Castle, inflation fan, anchor stakes, and sack trolley.

2. Heavy duty plastic sheeting 13 or 14 feet square for use as a shower cover. Builders’ damp-proof membrane is ideal.

3. Electrical extension cable, 50-60 feet long.

4. Club hammer or mallet for knocking in anchor stakes

5. RCD circuit breaker (safety cut-out device for mains electric)

6. Robust plastic box for the storage of extension cable, anchor stakes, hammer, circuit breaker, instruction sheet, business cards or postcard advertisements.

7. Local map of your town and its surrounding area.

8. Desk diary for taking bookings, preferably tow days to a page A5 size.

9. Ledger book for recording takings etc., A4 size.

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