The holiday shopping season has come and gone, and retailers are looking ahead to the new year. If your store or brand had a successful retail holiday season, you may be wondering how to maintain that momentum in the quieter months to come. We have a few tips!
How to Maintain Retail Holiday Success Throughout the Year
Keep Customers Engaged
If you gained new customers over the retail holiday season, develop marketing tactics that will keep them engaged with your brand throughout the year. Email marketing is a powerful tool to drive engagement and excitement about new products, sales, deals, and special offers. You can also use social media to attract and engage customers beyond the holiday season.
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Stand Out From the Crowd
Between e-commerce and physical retail, the retail market is more cluttered than ever. What makes your brand unique? What do you offer that others don’t? Focus on your individuality to attract interest, build excitement, and gain new customers.
Integrate Social Responsibility
Today’s customers want their dollars to make a difference, and they expect brands to express strong values. Don’t be afraid to take a stand. If possible, give customers the opportunity to support causes with their purchases.
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This is an updated blog post that was originally published in 2018.