Holiday marketing has been in full swing for a few months. With companies beginning holiday marketing even earlier this year, some in September already, it’s no surprise that companies are thinking out of the box when it comes to strategy. Not putting all their eggs in one basket, companies are reaching out marketing efforts to social media, online, TV ads and online ads, among many other avenues.
Still in the running, trade shows showcase high importance, especially for an extra boost during the holidays. Stand out from the crowd with a unique peninsula display to catch more eyes during the holiday. Market a steep discount or hot new product for customers to get excited about. Don’t forget about catchy advertisements that get people laughing, like Kmart’s famous, “Shipped my pants” holiday edition.
What new trends have you noticed during this year’s holiday marketing?
‘Tis the holiday shopping season. It is in full swing, whether you like it or not. Although the holidays are extremely fun, they can also be extremely stressful. I tend to worry to much about what to gift people with or how much money to spend, by the time it’s all said and done my bank account gets down there, in an uncomfortable zone I hate being in. But hey, that’s the holidays, right?!
I am thankful that I have the opportunity to gift my friends and family but sometimes it’s downright draining. To relieve some stress from work, blogging and holidays I decided to gift myself with a few massages in Orange County. My favorites are deep tissue and hot stone, it hits the spot every time. If you have never gotten a massage, you really should. You will not believe how zen you feel afterwards. You could be running around like a chicken with it’s head cut off and after your massage you will completely forget all about your stress.