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Special Report - Staying in the Game

By solidifying four critical parts of their business, game and hobby stores gain and retain more customers.

By Tim Kidwell
Published: March 14, 2011
There are four areas of business that brick-and-mortar game retailers must address to solidify themselves as successful stores: generating walk-in traffic, creating continuing sales, large inventory items that eat up a ton of shelf space, and becoming the focal point of a community.

While on the surface, each of these my seem like separate issues, indeed, they are all linked, each helping or hindering the others. Being able to balance the responsibilities of each of these aspects of a hobby or game shop can make a huge impact on its success.

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