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‘Tis the season…for “shopping hell.” Yes, that’s what the period between Thanksgiving and Christmas is referred to, and for good reason. Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the shopping frenzy isn’t a joke: Holiday sales represent up to 30% of annual retail sales each year.  As a small business, it’s important to capitalize on all of the sales holidays, not just the major ones. Let’s go over a few lesser-known holidays and how to profit…

When it comes to marketing, you want your brand to be “at the right place, at the right time.” This especially rings true during the holidays. When your ideal customer is holiday shopping, your brand should be front and center of the search results page. Luckily, there’s a little something called search engine optimization (SEO) to help you out. SEO is the process of optimizing the number of organic website visitors by appearing at the…

For some retailers, holiday sales can make up 30% of their total revenue for the year. That’s great for the bottom line, but not so great for marketers’ stress levels. With so many revenue goals dependent on sales during this time of year, all of that pressure can squeeze out creativity — leaving a brand scrambling to come up with a holiday campaign that is fresh, original, and eye-catching. The good news is, you don’t have…

While the holiday season can feel hectic, it’s a time of year for gathering with others and nurturing relationships — family, friends, and neighbors come together to celebrate time-honored traditions. Businesses are no different; research shows that community building generates an average of 6,469% ROI. That’s a lot of holiday cheer that can be spread from customer to customer. Humans have an innate need to connect with others. With an array of social platforms, online…

In the Sex and the City movie, Big can’t find his own words to apologize to Carrie for jilting her at the altar, so he plagiarizes love letters from famous men to their paramours. While these missives helped win Carrie back, it was the simple, sweet letter from Big that actually swayed her — and it will be your original words that win over your customers and drive your holiday sales. Last year, email was…