Yes, it’s that time of year again. Although nowadays, it seems there’s a holiday for everything, now is the time to boost your end-of-year sales for the biggest holiday season of the year.
Still having trouble putting your holiday business promotion together? No worries, we have some great, quick, easy and effective holiday promotions you can create right now.
As a busy Westchester, NY small business owner, it can be difficult and time-consuming trying to come up with new and unique holiday promotions each year. We have some ideas that are sure to facilitate the process.
Don’t look like a fool. You can’t hide behind your sunglasses, nor should you want to. People are smart and can sense when they’re being conned.
Although the summer months might be a time to hit the beach and relax, it’s also a good time to stay top-of-mind with your customers and prospects. And now, it’s easier than ever with email marketing.
But I implore you to be honest and ethical in your marketing communications. If you’re email subject line is untruthful or misleading, you may get someone to quickly open it, but I can guarantee they’ll hit the spam button just as quickly.
People buy from people they “know, like and trust” so be upfront and creative, not sneaky or deceptive.
Believe me, we know it takes time to build a quality email list. But never, ever buy a list. It’s a waste of your hard earned money, you’ll see virtually no results and worst of all you’ll get tagged by spam filters, not to mention the possible fine of $11,000 for each offense, according to the Federal Trade Commission based on the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003.
So let’s assume you have a credible email list. Now, how do you get your customers to take notice?
It’s now time to get happy as we have the inside scoop on what’s working in the world of email outreach!
Over 12 million outreach emails where analyzed and here are the results…
How important is it to include Millennials in your marketing efforts? Let’s put it this way, if you’re missing this audience, you’re losing money.
Millennials can get a bad rap for being lazy, entitled and demanding, but let’s face it, they’re also ambitious, proficient with technology and well-educated. And, because of the number of Millennials out there, they’re also highly influential.
The Millennial population is projected to spend $1.4 trillion shopping each year by 2020