Today, holiday shopping takes place online. Your customers are looking for retailers on search engines and swapping recommendations and gift lists on social media. They’re watching their email for offers and information, and scanning news websites and blogs for shopping ideas.
You need to market your business in all of those places. We can help!
Our holiday marketing guides cover search, social media, email and publicity – plus interviews with marketing’s biggest influencers – to help you get even better results this season. Download them today and make this year your most profitable year yet!
The holidays are an exciting time for email marketers, but competition for consumer attention in inboxes is high. You need to create attention-grabbing subject lines, great content and strong calls to action.This guide helps you make the most of your email marketing to get great results and build your list for next year, with expert advice on how to stand out from your competitors from email marketing star DJ Waldow.
With the holiday season upon us, people are making plans, trading gift ideas, talking about what they want and making all sorts of wishes. Social media gives your business a way into the conversation through listening, engagement and creative campaigns. This guide helps you lead the conversation to drive sales for your business, and includes tips and tactics from Twitter marketing expert Mark Schaefer.
One of the most effective components of holiday marketing, publicity generates huge returns and long-lasting demand. Every business is clamoring for attention right now, which makes publicity marketing even more valuable. This guide helps you generate buzz on blogs, in the news, and on social media, and includes tips and advice from HARO publicity alerts founder and Vocus small business expert Peter Shankman.
Holiday shopping starts on search engines, and if you’re not on page one, you’re lost in the noise. Online retailers and brick-and-mortar businesses alike need to be on Google, Yahoo and Bing. This guide will help you get there with easy news releases, quick blogging ideas and searchable social media content – with extra holiday search marketing tips from MarketingProfs’ Chief Content Officer Ann Handley.