Halloween has come and gone, so we all know that it’s just about time for the marketing to start up for the holiday season. If you maintain a Facebook page for your business, you may be wondering how best to get your audience into the holiday spirit. With that being said, here are five Facebook ideas for the holiday season:
Although we’re well into the month of October, there’s still time to optimize your website’s landing pages for the holiday season. If you sell products on your website or are running an online holiday promotion, take some time to review your landing pages to make sure your website is doing its job. Keep in mind that people could be coming to your website and landing on a number of your pages, not just the homepage or the ones you link to in your advertising. When reviewing your website, here are a few landing page tips to remember:
Starting your holiday marketing sooner rather than later is always a great idea, but if you’ve procrastinated a bit and hope to get your marketing started soon, there are still some generations that you might appeal to – that’s right, generations!
As we put Thanksgiving behind us and look toward December holidays and the new year, there are certain brands that are, once again, launching holiday marketing campaigns that lift our spirits.
Each year, I find myself watching Christmas movies in my spare time as I prepare to celebrate with family. Every so often, I’ll catch a spot-on Hallmark commercial that makes me smile, laugh, say “aww,” or even shed a tear.
As the holiday season approaches, businesses are gearing up for some major shopping to begin. There’s one day that stands out above the rest because it’s known for its great deals: Black Friday. Though many condemn the celebration of consumerism that this holiday entails, downtown Bangor has reclaimed Black Friday as its own, celebrating instead the support of small businesses and small business owners with Plaid Friday. Each promotional shopping day will take place on Friday, Nov. 24th, so if you’re a downtown Bangor business owner who plans to take part, there’s still plenty of time to make a plan for your promotions. Read More “5 Ideas to Help You Form Your Plaid Friday Plan”
“It’s only November 9th!” you probably said when you saw the words “Social Media Marketing for the Holidays.” Yes, it’s only November 9th, but guess what that means? There are only two weeks left until Thanksgiving, and 45 days until Christmas, and you should take advantage of every single one of those days for your holiday marketing – especially when it comes to social media.
The holiday season is the season of giving. Both businesses and individuals celebrate this season by giving the gifts of time, money, and other resources to their favorite charities. For businesses, being involved with the community is a great way to build their brand, making these gifts ones that keep giving all year long.
Pulse Marketing Agency ends a year of giving back to the community by sponsoring the Festival of Lights Parade and Christmas dinners for Manna Ministries, Bangor Area Homeless Shelter, Ronald McDonald House, and Sarah’s House – using their marketing budget for the month of December to fund it. Read More “Pulse Marketing Agency Sets an Example for Giving Back With a Twist”
With the holiday season comes a list of people to shop for. Finding the perfect gift is a challenge for one person, but what do you get the group of people who make up your business clients? Your clients are the most important people on your list since what you get them shows how much you appreciate them.
The holidays are the time to show business clients how grateful you are for your business to business relationship. Sending a greeting card is a simple way to do this, but if not carefully designed your card could be “lost in the mail.”