Holiday Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

Holiday Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

It's that time of year again. Time for the holidays. Time for your business to have its holiday marketing campaigns in full swing.

The holidays are feast or famine for some small businesses. And the last thing you want to do is go blindly into the holiday season without a plan for how you're going to market your business during this season. Today, competition has grown more fierce between online and retail, both fighting for the consumer's dollar.

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • Two types of prospects you encounter during the holidays
  • How becoming a "wrapper" can add to you profits during the holidays
  • One of the best experiences you should create for your customers for the holidays
  • Why your small business should become more festive this holiday season
  • How to encourage your customers to take action by counting the days until Xmas
  • and much more

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