3 Creative Holiday Marketing Techniques for Small Businesses

Every entrepreneur is juggling a million different tasks during the holiday season, including modifying your marketing plan for this hectic time of year! If you need assistance finding great sales staff for the holidays, Find the Client can help. Furthermore, here’s how to create exciting holiday gift guides, design lighthearted holiday memes, and even give out holiday freebies!

Share Gift Guides

During this time of year, your customers will be trying to find the perfect gifts for their loved ones – and you can help them out! Assemble a few gift guides for different people. For instance, you can create distinct guides for husbands and wives, boyfriends and girlfriends, or even bosses and employees. LocaliQ also recommends offering discounts on products that are included in your guides. Make sure to share your guides on your website as well as your social media accounts.

Create Entertaining Memes

The holidays are the perfect time to experiment with fun new social media marketing methods, like memes! You’re sure to catch your customers’ eyes by sharing memes, and you can easily create them on your own by customizing a text meme template – just add your text to this meme tool. Once you’re finished with your design, download it and post it on social media!

Give Away Freebies

The holidays present an opportunity to reward your customers with freebies. If you want to run a holiday giveaway, QuickSprout recommends choosing a social media platform to promote your contest, laying out the rules for your customers, and setting a clear deadline to choose the freebie winners. You can call out the winners on social media, too!

Putting together your holiday marketing strategy can actually be a lot of fun! Yes, your business will likely take up a lot of your time during the holidays, but the extra effort is worth it. With these tips, you’ll be ready to curate fantastic gift guides, share silly memes, and give out free items to your loyal customers!

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Brian Farrell is a coach, helping clients achieve their personal and professional goals. He's also the creator of the "QA2 Method". For more about Brian, visit bfarrell.com