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Three Small Business Provide Holiday Marketing Inspiration

Friday, September 23, 2016 12:15
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As we enter the first days of Autumn it’s easier to think about things like jingle bells and snowflakes. If you are a small business owner who wants to end 2016 with a BANG, then it is essential that you start planning your holiday campaign now. The National Retail Federation reports that businesses can make as much as 30 percent of their annual sales in November and December alone! There is fierce competition to win customers’ during the holiday season, so a mediocre marketing campaign just will not do.

Inspiring Ideas for Local Holiday Marketing

Many businesses focus their holiday marketing efforts online, relying on tools like social media and paid advertising to reach potential customers. However, local businesses should never underestimate the importance of traditional and tangible marketing materials such a signs, banners, and postcards. Customers will be able to see and interact with these elements in real life. They have a more ‘personal’ feel and can also drive word-of-mouth marketing in your local area.

So how are you planning on marketing your business this holiday season? If you are in need of inspiration, I would like to point you to an article I just read on The Business Journals website titled How 3 Small Businesses use Staples Print & Marketing Services to Market for the Holidays.

I won’t give away any details– you really have to hear about these marketing ideas from the small business owners themselves! Get your creative juices flowing this holiday season by reading the article here.

This article was written in partnership with Staples; however, all opinions and experiences expressed are my own.

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Ramon Ray, Editor & Technology Evangelist, |

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