Holiday Marketing

    • 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.

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  • April 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … a survey to your subscribers to make sure you’re sending what they’re looking for. Use the infographic below to come up with content ideas this month. From April Fools Day to National Honesty Day, you have plenty of opportunities to surprise and delight your customers this month. What are you waiting for? Hop to it! Log in to Constant Contact…

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  • March 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … to plan out your messages in advance. For example, encourage your customers to shop small on March 29th in celebration of National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day. Or, take part in Read an ebook Week during March 5th – 11th by sending your subscribers one of your most popular content pieces. Find more content ideas in the infographic below: Put these…

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  • February 2017 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … a short thank you video — a tool like Facebook Live makes it easy to create a simple and authentic video in minutes. Or consider sending an online survey to learn what your audience would love to receive you. Taking the time to ask their opinion shows your audience that you value their feedback. Looking for more ideas content ideas for February? Use…

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  • 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. …

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  • Why You Should Use Holiday eCards to Market Your Business

    … to customers, make the eco-friendly switch to virtual. If your business does not send any cards during the holiday season, you’re missing out on a marketing opportunity. So why exactly should a business owner invest in sending holiday e-cards? Great question! It’s simple, in the clutter of emails customers receive about deals, specials…

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  • December 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning

    … without email marketing. Use the infographic below to finish the year on a high note, and leave us a comment letting us know how we can help you reach your 2017 goals. 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 December 2016 Marketing and Holiday Planning appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • 4 Successful Holiday Campaigns From Big Brands

    … Thanksgiving is almost here! That is enough reason to start putting up decorations and drinking eggnog. No? Well, it is certainly time for businesses to get started on their holiday campaigns. Holiday promotions are crucial for businesses — no matter how big or small. But with the abundance of holiday marketing campaigns out there, standing…

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  • Holiday Marketing Tips To Make This Season A Winner [Infographic]

    … Posted on 15 November 2016. Tags: Christmas Marketing, Holiday marketing, Holiday trends, New year's Marketing Yup! It’s that time of year again. All of the scary costumes and candies are gone (well they are at my house!), and are being replaced with fake snow and Santas. That means it’s time to unleash those holiday marketing plans that you…

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  • How to Add Value This Holiday Season Without Offering a Discount

    … something of value this holiday season, all it takes is a little elbow grease and some creativity. As powerful as discounts are, sometimes it is nice to change things up a bit. These seven value offers will keep your business top of mind when it comes time for holiday shopping. Looking for more holiday marketing advice? Check out these 30 Creative…

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  • 7 Tools for Creating Better Holiday Images

    … with a link back to your product page or website. Stand out this season with festive holiday images. Get a head start with these image tools and you’ll be calm as a cucumber when it’s holiday crunch time. Want to see these tools in action? Join me on November 17, 2016 for our Last-Minute Holiday Email Marketing Ideas webinar. I have the last…

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  • 3 Ways to Turn #GivingTuesday Donors Into Year-Round Supporters

    … Marketing Kit is for you! 3. Create fresh content ahead of time to make a great first impression. Because your online donation form requires a donor’s email address, your email contact list will likely get a whole lot bigger on #GivingTuesday. Additionally, if you plan to follow Tip #1, your social feeds will be buzzing with brand new followers…

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  • 5 Unique Holiday Promotions Your Customers Will Love

    … Nobody likes missing out on something big. But if you haven’t started planning your holiday promotions, you’re already late to the party. And with holiday retail sales expected to increase by 3.6 percent in 2016 — to the tune of $655.8 billion — your business cannot afford to be shortchanged this holiday season. If you’ve been sitting…

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  • How to Stand Out (and Win Prizes) With Holiday Images

    … What’s the best way to make sure your marketing stands out this holiday season? Use visuals. Holiday images are a great way to grab attention in busy email inboxes and social feeds. And content with images gets 94 percent more views than content without. Try using images of your products, services, environment, and people in your emails…

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