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July 26, 2018 / Marketing

Kick-start Your Sales – Back to School best practices

Written by Aimee Parsons

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks

Thinking about how you want to promote this year’s yearbook is an exciting thing, but before you get too many ideas I don’t want you to get too ahead of yourself!

The first thing you will want to do is learn how your school distributes their registration/back-to-school information.  The way your school distributes this information and making plans to set up a sales table at registration is a key component in starting to take your sales from zero to 60 in 5.2!

Using Sales Tables

In Walsworth’s Using Sales Tables manual, which is available on the Market to Parents page, we outline everything you need to remember in order to organize book sales at your school’s registration/back-to-school event.

In case you are wondering who you might ask to find out which way your school does it, I would start with the front office.  The front office is the hub of most school activities and the people who work there are the brains behind it all.

Once you know how your school gets the registration/back-to-school information out to parents, you can turn to the Using Sales Tables manual to see some of the proven techniques that will help you put some extra zing into your sales.  The best practices show what you should do and in what order to get the most bang for your buck!

If you have any questions about how to set up a yearbook sales table at registration, just email them to, and keep watching for more posts about how to “kick-start” your sales throughout the year!

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Aimee Parsons

Aimee Parsons is the Yearbook Marketing Manager at Walsworth and has held various other roles within the company. Prior to joining Walsworth, Parsons was a corporate photographer for Burns and McDonnell Engineering and owned and operated her own freelance photography business. Marketing and photography are her passions, which led to her becoming a national award-winning Photo-Editor for The Campus Ledger newspaper at Johnson County Community College and eventually studying commercial photography at Northern Arizona University.