Social networks can be rather fickle. What’s trending now will probably not be trending in another day or even hour’s time. It’s a phenomenon of the modern internet that is, for a social media marketer at least, both a bane and a boon. Read more
You try to plan early. But the Christmas season seems to appear out of nowhere, followed by a frantic rush to grab sales. Before you know it — the season is over. Is there a way to use the holiday selling season to improve year-round business too? There is, and we’ve got some tips and a helpful resource to get you going. Read more
In the most-recent blog post of this series, we talked about how to boost sales using Christmas newsletters. From design inspiration to email promo ideas, we gave away our most successful tips and tricks on how to plan your Christmas email campaign. But if you think December 24th is the last day of 2012 to click the “Send“ button in your GetResponse account, you’ll definitely miss out on one of the busiest online shopping periods of the year. Read more
Have you ever wanted to be like a Santa —not only making presents and wrapping them up, but also delivering them seamlessly and surprising the recipient with the perfect gift? Email is the way to do it. And you’re about to learn how. You’re also about to get a gift from the Email Santa at GetResponse – a special guide with more holiday campaign inspiration, holiday wish templates and some cool graphics! Read more
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: