Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at The Newsletter Pro! By now you’re probably indulging in those sweet, sweet leftovers and, if you’re anything like me, decking the halls for Christmas. Don’t worry, I won’t take much of your time. This weekend, in honor of the official start of the holiday season, we decided to keep the reading light. So if you’re wondering how your business is going to survive the holidays, wonder no more. It’s as easy as, well, 4, 5, 6!
The holidays can be a lucrative, yet stressful time for your business. It’s the perfect opportunity to bring in new customers, show your current customers how much you care, and increase your sales (did someone say “holiday doorbusters?”). But it’s also one of the most hectic times of the year, which means that some of your existing responsibilities could get pushed to the back burner–like your marketing. This article offers 4 awesome tips to help you and your business stay on track this holiday season.
Last week we talked about the importance of treating your customers like family, this article takes it one step further and discusses the importance of building their loyalty during the holiday season. After all, as 2015 drifts ever closer, they’re coming ever closer to making some big decisions. Decisions like “Should I continue to do business with this company?” Read on for 5 creative ways to solidify your customer’s loyalty–no matter what the season.
We’ve already covered why you should treat your employees like family, but we didn’t really cover “how.” Well, one great way to show your employees how much you care is to throw them a fun holiday party. It doesn’t have to be grand, and it certainly doesn’t have to break the bank. But throwing a holiday party could be just the thing that brings your employees together and starts the holiday season off right. Here’s 6 tips to ensure that your holiday office party goes off without a hitch.
Straight from the TNP blog, this article proves that Black Friday is more than just angry mobs and coupon codes. It’s a prime example of what it takes to run a business. And it has a lessons to teach us that can be applied to your business all year round.
Have a great Thanksgiving weekend–we are eternally grateful for you and your continued support.