Are Black Friday campers just a PR stunt?By Jason Mudd
November 23, 2016
You see it every year: news stories about people camping out early to be the first recipients of Black Friday shopping deals.
It may surprise you to learn that some of these people are decoys, paid by stores or manufacturers to generate buzz for their products.
This is a public relations and marketing tactic that companies have used for years, and is it right for your company? Is it a scam?
Some companies plan all year for Black Friday. This is one of the few days when you get your customers’ attention, and they are actually expecting to hear something from you.
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