Ho! Ho! Ho-oh, no! It’s not that time of year again, is it? Well, not quite – but it is already October, and that means that it won’t be long before the C-word will be spilling glitteringly from the lips of every man, woman, child and marketer (for I’m not sure we qualify as being any of the above) from London to Brisbane and back again. Read more
It’s time to start thinking about your marketing strategy for the holidays. Plan all your activities down to the last detail and delight customers with great campaigns. We have prepared a treat for all those who like to think ahead – a special free ebook focusing on the three pillars of an outstanding holiday campaign. Read more
A couple of days ago we gave you some design tips for your holiday promos. If you’re still looking for inspiration or simply need help creating your Christmas designs, we have something for you (of course we do). Our latest newsletter templates are specially created for the Holiday Season – and they can be customized and edited just the way you like. Read more
Ok, maybe it’s a bit early for the Christmas wishes. But first, we do have something to help you send your own Christmas wishes and special offers to your customers and supporters (yes, new templates for you!). And second, we wish you a happy holiday and really mean it. Read more
This year we wanted to give you something very special for Christmas. Apart from the Holiday promotion, of course. So we invited Santa, Snowman Wilbur, Reindeer Ronnie and Angel Muriel to help us – and you – send out this year’s Season’s Greetings.
Christmas is on its way, and it’s the last call for holiday campaigns. This holiday season we’re here to help you with extra tips and tricks to increase your Xmas sales.
Hello and Happy Holidays! We hope you’re getting in the spirit of the season and keeping the stress levels under control. We know there’s a lot of pressure during the holiday selling season, so we decided to offer a few tips to help you hear that Ka-ching sound along with the sleigh bells!
We’re not going to get complicated, or hit you over the head with techniques you can review in previous blogs. We just want you to relax, think things through, then get creative! Here are 4 steps to get you started: