It’s the start of a new year, and a new decade, but retaining customers is still a hot topic for businesses and their marketing strategies. Any time is a great time to take a look at your business and start to plan its growth, but New Year is a natural point to review and reflect, so why not make some New Year’s promises to keep your business growing?
The cost of running a bricks and mortar shop can be crippling. Add this to the pressure for physical stores to join the digital era in order to capture online shoppers, and it might be time to consider launching an eCommerce presence of your own.
With Black Friday been and gone and Christmas around the corner, there’s no shortage of retail business using this time to their advantage to market their products.
However, if you’re not a retail business, you may be wondering how to get the most out of this time of year. After all, no one’s wrapping up legal services or car repairs and putting them under the Christmas tree.
Does that mean you can’t get festive with your marketing? Of course not. There are still some things you can try out, even if you don’t have a retail business. How do you market a service-based business during the holiday period?