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04-14-2019 11:57 PM
Why wouldn't you expect QVC to increase programming on the lines and hosts that sell the most?
Makes perfect business sense.
Yes, it does. There's a reason for the way they plan programming. They know what sells and what doesn't. Their focus is on having successful hosts and products on-air often enough to reach a large variety of viewers - Those who work 9-5, those who are home during the day, those who get up early, those who stay up late, those who only watch QVC on weekends, etc.
If David wasn't such a successful host, he would be on less often. More exposure = Increased sales on what they already know sells. I agree - Why wouldn't they cash in on a good thing?
04-15-2019 09:26 AM
I still watch ITKWD but we make it into more of a joke or drinking game. I jokingly told DH what I expected to see on Sunday's show - Food, Temptations, Lock N Lock, a cleaning product, Mark Charles. Shockingly I guessed correctly LOL. We make bets on the number of Happy Dances. While I don't usually purchase I still keep it on when there isn't anything else on.
That being said I found the Fri-Yah edition to be a nice change in how the show is presented.
04-15-2019 02:09 PM
Some people are just born with the "gift to gab". These folks can talk about anything for as long as possible; they are natural sales people. Others are the exact oppisite; you're lucky to get one word responses to a question. My husband is one of those. If he had to depend on speaking to earn a living we'd starve!
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