With Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday filling up the retail calendar, sales traffic online and offline are sure to pick up as we kick-off the holiday season.
Get in on the holiday action!
Running your own Thanksgiving promotion can offer a local alternative to a big box store for holiday shopping. Online marketing through email, social media, and paid ads, can help you get the word out. Use these Thanksgiving marketing ideas from Constant Contact to bring people into your shop and onto your website.
1. Thanksgiving-related email
2. Create a holiday-themed livestream
3. Host a contest
4. Encourage people to give back
5. Run paid ads on social media
6. Host an event
7. Update your listings
8. Create Thanksgiving-related content
9. Promote other small businesses
10. Give thanks to your customers
Check out the Thanksgiving content and other November holidays created for you by Promoboxx here.
Get ready for Black Friday and Cyber Monday by following these steps from Printify.
1. Know Your Customer Persona
2. Start Planning Your Marketing Campaign Early
3. Decorate Your Store and Create a Dedicated Landing Page
4. Engage Your Social Media Followers
5. Create Irresistible Deals
6. Inform Customers about Special Offers via Email Marketing
7. Upsell, Cross Sell, and Bundle Up for Multi Sales
8. Offer Limited Discounts
9. Offer Free Shipping
10. Set Up Cart Abandonment Emails
11. Encourage Customers With a Free Gift and Coupons
12. Make an Interactive Experience
13. Use Hashtags
14. Don’t Forget About Customer Satisfaction
15. Extend Your Offers for the Whole Cyber Week
Check out the Black Friday and Cyber Monday content created for you by Promoboxx here.
Small business Saturday falls on November 26, 2022. This nationwide effort is poised to direct lots of retail traffic and revenue to U.S. small businesses. And you’ll want to be a part of it. Try out these 6 Small Business Saturday ideas from Constant Contact so you can use to sell more this year.
1. Own your identity as a small business
2. Craft a compelling Small Business Saturday offer or discount
3. Send out an email series
4. Reach interested customers on social media
5. Prepare your physical store
6. Keep the momentum going
Check out the Small Business Saturday content created for you by Promoboxx here.