holidays

3 Things to Include in Your Giving Tuesday Thank You Message

Imagine it’s Wednesday, December 1st, 2021. Giving Tuesday has come and gone. You’ve participated in a global day of giving, raised some impressive funds, and gained valuable learnings to apply to the next year. Nicely…

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August Holidays for Marketing Planning — 2021

If you’ve been reading my monthly holidays for marketing and planning articles, you’ve likely picked up on my love of food — especially desserts. I blame it on my father but that’s another story. I…

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Creative Ways to Promote Your Products with Minor Holidays

Major holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving are popular times to promote products in the ecommerce world, and rightly so—they’re widely acknowledged and easy to incorporate into marketing. However, the excitement and spending spirit surrounding each…

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May Holidays for Marketing Planning — 2021

I am Batman! Okay, not really, but May 1st is Batman Day. While not an official May holiday, Batman Day is just one of many fun and zany reasons to celebrate this month. With holidays…

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How Your Online Business Can Nail Customer Service During the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us once more, and that means many things for your business. On the one hand, you’re about to enter the most lucrative period of the year. However, you’ll also be…

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The Best Times to Post on Instagram During the Holidays [Infographic]

When's the best time to post on Instagram? The team from Planoly analyzed thousands of posts to come up with this guide. Read more: socialmediatoday.com

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3 Things Your Nonprofit Needs to Say After #GivingTuesday

Imagine it’s Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020. #GivingTuesday has come and gone. You’ve participated in a global day of giving, raised some impressive funds, and gained valuable learnings to apply to the next year. Nicely done!…

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How to Write an Effective Holiday Marketing Email

It used to be that holiday marketing was a game of numbers. You could look at last year’s numbers, browse through this year’s predictions and have a good idea of where you should spend your…

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