Content Calendar

    • May 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

      There’s a lot to celebrate in May — especially if you own or work for a small business. National Small Business Week runs the week of April 30th – May 6th in recognition of the contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. As part of the celebration, we’re hosting free marketing trainings to help you grow your business.

      Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contact- 12 readers -
  • Why You Need a Cross-Functional Content Marketing Calendar

    … I lead a double life, but there’s a secret weapon that lets me get away with it. At Contently, I’m both our director of content strategy—which means I oversee strategy work we do for hundreds of clients—and also the editor-in-chief of our internal publications, The Content Strategist, The Freelancer, and Contently Quarterly. I love both lives…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Content- 42 readers -
  • February 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … the infographic below as inspiration. From Random Acts of Kindness Day to Don’t Cry Over Spilled Mild Day, you have plenty of opportunities to connect with your subscribers and make a positive impression. Put these ideas into action. Log in to Constant Contact to create your next email. New to Constant Contact? Try us out for free! Sign up for a 60-day free trial. The post February 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contact- 18 readers -
  • January 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … to generate some content ideas for January and start the year off right. Put these ideas into action. Log in to Constant Contact to create your next email. New to Constant Contact? Try us out for free! Sign up for a 60-day free trial. The post January 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 18 readers -
  • December 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … It’s so easy to get caught up in the holidays. Every year, you’re sprinting towards the finish line trying to reach record sales or donation numbers. But December is also the perfect time to look back on your year and set goals for the year ahead. Don’t let 2016 come to a close without taking the time to thank your customers and supporters…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 15 readers -
  • November 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … to come back, you might not see them again. Encourage new customers to stay in touch by signing up for your email list. Connecting with them through email ensures you’ll stay fresh in their minds and they can stay up-to-date with future happenings at your store. Use the infographic below for more ideas and key dates to have in mind in the next few…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contact- 16 readers -
  • October 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … Saturday — November 26th Cyber Monday — November 28th Giving Tuesday — November 29th As you start thinking about how your business will make the most of the holidays, use the ideas below. (Having trouble viewing the infographic? View it here.) Ready to put these ideas into action? Try one of these ideas in your next email! Brand new to Constant Contact? Sign up for a free 60-day trial. The post October 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 21 readers -
  • September 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … with your competitors who have already created a plan to boost sales during the holiday season. Lay the foundation for your best holiday season yet! Use the tips below to take advantage of September holidays and develop a plan to stand out during the holiday season. (Having trouble viewing the infographic? View it here.) Choose one of these ideas…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 13 readers -
  • August 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … it here.) Ready to get started? Log in now to get started on your next email. Not a Constant Contact Customer? Start your free trial. Check back next month for our September infographic! In the meantime, leave us a comment with your best summer marketing tips or questions. The post August 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 20 readers -
  • July 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … to help you revitalize your strategy and start the second half of 2016 strong. Whether you decide to celebrate National Independent Retailer month at your store or send an online survey to learn more about your customers on Get to Know Your Customers Day, these ideas will breathe fresh life into your marketing. Try something new from the ideas…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 17 readers -
  • June 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … email with your Father’s Day Specials, or participate in Social Media Day to draw some attention to your other online channels, we hope this infographic inspires some timely ideas for your business. Try something new and let us know how it works for you: Check back next month for a July version. In the meantime, leave us a comment to let us know how these ideas are working for you! The post June 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail Content- 22 readers -
  • Interview: Jon Wuebben and ContentLaunch

    … and Twitter accounts to help as well. Start building a “community” of content creators and collaborators who can help you develop and promote your content. Calendar – Easily schedule, plan and organize your content by day, week and month, both for individual content pieces and campaigns. Filtering capabilities by content type, buying stage, content creator…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 14 readers -
  • Taking the Stress Out of Seasonal Promotions

    … prepare for them in advance. Use your seasonal promotions as the backbone of your content calendar, filling them in before adding anything else to your schedule. Even if you generally only plan one quarter at a time, go ahead and mark off all the annual events for the whole year. Work backwards from each holiday to build out a full plan for each…

    Relevancein Content- 10 readers -
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