If you’re in business, you know that this time of year is one of the busiest. Consumers have quite the expectation for businesses during the holiday season–they want the best deal, latest products, and exceptional customer service.
As a business, it’s not only your job to meet those expectations, but to exceed them! To do that, you have to be prepared and being prepared means that you’ve thought through how your business will present itself during the holiday season.
We’re sharing the KEY DATES you should know and be prepared for as an eCommerce business during the holiday season.
November 7: Daylight Savings
Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour!
November 11: Veterans Day
Honor men and women who are and have served in the U.S. armed forces.
November 25: Thanksgiving
Give in to the holiday cheer by feasting with loved ones and taking advantage of the four-day weekend.
November 26: Black Friday
The official start of the holiday season! Give your audience a sale they can’t resist.
November 27: Small Business Saturday
Small businesses are supported now, more than ever before! Take advantage and in return, support a small business.
November 29: Cyber Monday
Keep the sales going! Give your audience the chance to shop Black Friday deals from the comfort of their homes.
November 30: Giving Tuesday
Take a moment to give back your audience and community.
December 13: Green Monday
Otherwise known as the busiest sales day of the month! Leverage all of those last-minute shoppers before it’s too late!
December 14: Free Shipping Day
Take care of shipping for your audience and watch what happens!
December 18: Super Saturday
Also known as “Panic Saturday”–the last Saturday before Christmas.
If you’ve found that you need help with your marketing this season, get a FREE consultation with us to get started!