If you’ve ever run a business that has services and products focused on holidays then you can truly appreciate what it means to follow customer buying trends. The cool thing about building a business around a holiday is that you know the buyers are going to come back year after year and you can get that much better at it.
Thanks to the power of the internet you won’t even need to store inventory of handing customers. For instance, you can create a Halloween costume site and list thousands of costumes for people to buy. Instead of having to process orders and ship out the costumes, you could just join any of the Halloween affiliate programs out there and earn a commission on each referred sale.
BILLIONS of dollars are spent every year on some of the major holidays that happen year after year.
Check out the great infographic below provided by Volusion.com and see how you can become a better holiday marketer!
BLACK FRIDAY – The day after Thanksgiving. Considered one of the busiest days of the year for online traffic. Black Friday marks the start of the holiday shopping season.
CYBER MONDAY – The Monday after Thanksgiving. When potential customers are back at work, and ready to do their holiday shopping online.
THE BIGGEST DAY – The single most profitable day for online sales. Taking place during the holiday season, this day always sets a new record for online sales.
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