Thanksgiving weekend is one of the busiest shopping periods of the year with the following days: Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday (needless to say, it's also the month before Christmas). In addition, the month of November is summarized in two words: being grateful. So where do brands needs to centralize their marketing campaigns around? Thanksgiving.
This is the moment to take the time to thank your clients, partners, suppliers, family and friends through well-played Thanksgiving marketing campaigns.
1. Give Thanks to your Clients
2. Offer Exclusive Deals via Email and/or Text
3. Get Creative on Social Media
4. Write Useful and Valuable Blogs
5. Hold a Giveaway
6. Extra Tip: Launch a Thanksgiving Edition Product
Any type of marketing campaign for a holiday needs to match with the season's colors, food, symbols, and jargons. However, you need to be careful to not look too "mainstream" and stick out from the rest. To do so, you can include comedy in your ads such as using puns. Having said all this, marketing campaigns aren't limited to the digital world. You can still get creative in your brick-and-mortar store with customized menu, decorations, contests and much more. For ideas and custom-made holiday marketing campaigns reach out to us at email@example.com.