Holiday Tips For Online Retailers
Many retailers depend on the holiday season to get to profitability. November and December are the two most profitable months for the ecommerce industry. With this increase in visibility, comes an operational nightmare. Without a proper plan in place, you could ruin your brand and customer satisfaction. We’ve put together holiday tips to help streamline your various activities. Whether you need ideas for marketing campaigns or need help with shipping operations, we’ve got you covered.
New sales records reveal that Halloween is one of the new hottest sales periods. How can online retailers use it to their advantage? Here are 3 tips.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) estimates that sales for 2018 will be about $5.9 billion. With numbers like those, you should be capitalizing on St. Paddy’s Day. Here are four easy ways to do it. Read more.
We pulled data for the week of Thanksgiving to determine whether black friday or cyber monday proved to be more successful for online retailers. Use this data to understand your buyer’s behavior so you can create better ecommerce marketing strategies in 2018.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just about paper cards and teddy bears – it is a major consumer holiday with the potential to give you a bump in sales after the post-Christmas ecommerce lull. From social and email campaigns to sales promotions, there are many ways to promote your products for the holiday.
U.S. consumers spent $3.45 billion last Cyber Monday. Use these 6 last minute Cyber Monday tips for a successful holiday season. Read more.
From increased shipping fees and deadlines to properly packaging products, here’s everything you need to know about holiday shipping for 2018.
Social media marketing is very important during the holiday season. This year, use these tips to plan your posts on a holiday social media calendar.
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Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. Plan ahead this year and use these Labor Day marketing tips for your ecommerce business. Read more.
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