Christmas always jumps up at you doesn’t it? Just yesterday it was the first of January, and today you passed by a snow-covered, fully decorated Christmas tree at the mall. Have they already started selling eggnog? Everyone seems so happy.
All of this tells us one thing: Christmas is on its way, and boy do we have a jolly good gift for you (ho ho ho) For Christmas, I am going to tell you of the 3 wise ways you can boost your holiday sales with sparkling content!
Everyday Counts… or just some days
There are a few special days on which business owners count on to maximize sales like Black Friday which is now becoming a global tradition where huge discounts are offered. This falls on the first Friday after Thanksgiving.
Everyone is ready with their credit cards in hand to buy whatever they can, and this can be the perfect opportunity to bring out your Christmas stock! Cyber Monday is the weekend directly following Black Friday. This too is a day where you can expect an increase in sales just remember you keep your holiday spirits high!
You Can Hear the Bells
I know that Christmas is more than a month away, but you must make everyone believe that you caught sight of one of Santa’s reindeers and it’s time to go caroling. You should make your website and stores Christmas themed. Perhaps even start a countdown! You can make people believe that it’s time to begin Christmas shopping. A lot of retailers opt this strategy every year and celebrate their success
The Whimsical World of Social Media
The best and cheapest form of advertising is through social media platforms! Let your followers know what you’re offering. Post pictures of your stock. Post your brochures with information of all the discounts you might be offering. Put Christmas hat on your display photo. Go crazy with the Christmas spirit! This is not only cheap advertising but will attract more potential customers and hence maximize sales!
I hope that my gift to you proves to be of great help and may you be able to buy the boat or jetpack you always wanted. I believe in you! It’s time for us to sign off but I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!