'Tis the season to be jolly! But just how jolly should your social media accounts be this time of year?
Do you go all out on your social media pages for the holiday? Or do you stay more conservative in your posts?
It's all a matter of personal interest and taste of course! But if you are in a festive spirit and you believe your audience / customers will appreciate some holiday cheer, go for it!
Need ideas? Not to worry!
We gathered ideas from leading marketing and advertising providers. They share tips and techniques for appealing to customers during the holidays.
Please check out some of the ideas below. If you need help implementing them, contact Cote Media today!
According to Crello, a social media design platform, there are several ways to add more seasonal features to your social media accounts. These handy ideas are sure to trigger several ad campaign ideas!
Express Writers, a platform for ordering custom content for your blog and website, offers the following tips. One of our favorites is trying to get your products promoted in other brands' gift guides!
If you need help with any of these campaigns, contact Cote Media! We are always on call to help you with your online marketing and advertising needs!
It's time to start planning for your paid holiday advertising! And we at Cote Media have developed several ways for you to make sure you are ready this year!
We have options for those who want to hand off their advertising AND for those who would like to do-it-themselves!
Don't miss out this year on the holiday advertising boom! The market is booming!
Sometimes it seems to come out of nowhere: the holiday rush and everyone racing to get their shopping done for holiday events. Don't forget. It isn't just the family you need to shop for; there are co-workers and teachers and other friends! And it's not just the presents you need to worry about; there are the parties and dinners with food and drinks. Plus the events: New Year's Eve Plans?
The holiday season is an $850 billion dollar market in the United States – and that is JUST retail. That figure does not represent the other billions of dollars spent on dining and catering during the season.
If you are a business owner, there are a lot of good reasons to remain optimistic about the holidays. Last year, CNBC reported that the holiday market in 2018 was the best in six years: