According to a report by Fortune Magazine, the holiday sales are likely to reach $95 billion this season. Is your brand ready to reap benefits?
It’s probably the correct time to implement your revenue boosting strategies so that you cash some of the upcoming Christmas sales. You need your email marketing campaign to stand out to reach the target audience and ensure people prefer your brand over the competitors. Here are a few strategies to ensure you’re reaping the benefits of the holiday season.
Sort gifts by budget
Most the people while shopping for a Christmas gift have a fixed budget in mind, but rarely do they have a type of gift they want to buy. Focus on sorting products into different sub categories such as gifts under $20, $30, $40 or $50. Place it on your landing pages and ensure that page is shared on social media platforms and online marketing platforms. When you do this, customers save time searching for a budget suiting their range. Therefore, before the start of your email marketing campaign, sort gifts according to the budget and see a rise in the sales.
Provide incentives for early shopping
Focus on pre-orders to ensure an organized marketing campaign when the actual mayhem begins. It will help you incentivize sales conversion. You can encourage early shopping by sending promo codes to the readers via email to ensure high email engagement. However, ensure that the promo is valid till last week of November. You can also offer free shipping for a limited time period to further ensure readers are buying from your gift shops.
Bundle up products
You need to remember that people buy gifts for more than one person. They are purchasing for their family members, friends, colleagues, employees and teachers. Bundle up products together on your website to ensure people spend more time on your website spending money. You can further attract the readers, by offering a package of product that is slightly cheaper if they are bought individually.
Focus on different and innovative strategies to win the trust of your readers.