3 Ways to Make this Holiday Shopping Season a Success for Your Business
The holidays tend to approach faster and faster each year, and 2015 is no exception. Thanksgiving is now only a week away, immediately leading to the frenzied combination of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and BAM! - all of a sudden, consumers seem to be doing nothing but spending money on gifts for their family and friends.
So, how can you make sure consumers choose your business this holiday season?
While in most cases it's best to implement your holiday marketing strategy early, there's nothing like last minute planning to spark up some great ideas.
We've put together twelve holiday marketing assets that can help you develop and execute a strategy from start to finish. Because we know your time is valuable, and that the window for holiday marketing is closing fast, we've highlighted three of our most helpful pieces below:
Who says last minute can't be perfect? In this checklist, we provide seven easy to implement holiday marketing tactics, including tips for creating a superior in-store holiday shopping experience, using social media to its full potential, and discounting products or services. Find more insights here.
You probably know by now that consumers are more connected than ever. Use this infographic to decipher how you can move your customers through their "Journey to Purchase" by advertising on multiple screens. We've also included five targeted media options that will deliver superior results for your business this holiday shopping season. Read more here.
While the holiday season is important, keeping customers loyal year-round is most beneficial for your business in the long run. In this checklist, we put together eight ideas (with recommended action steps) to consider as we move into the new year, including helpful hints from local business marketing experts. Check it out here.
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As a marketing specialist, Sara helps to execute social media and overarching content strategies. Sara has a background in public relations and has previously shared her B2C insights on the Southern Weddings Magazine blog.More Content by Sara Velordi