How do the holidays affect an on-line marketer? I think the answer to this could be complicated or simple, depending you your perspective. Let's examine a couple of reasons the holidays can help you explode your business.
On a holiday like the 4th of July, I would imagine most people will spend some time with their family and friends. A lot of this time will be spent outside or vacationing. So what can you do to market your business during a holiday when there are fewer people spending time on-line? Now is the perfect time to do some writing. Yes, the dreaded writing. It seems this is the one task most on-line marketers neglect. It has been proven that writing articles, blogs, forum posts and more can help build your business. But, for some people, writing is the last thing they want to do. This is the perfect time to "catch up" on your writing. As a matter of fact, write some extra articles and blog posts and file them away for future use. Use this time to hone your ability to express yourself and influence your followers. Writing is a craft. Find your particular writing style and master it.
This is, also, a great time to set up an auto responder campaign. There are a lot of programs out there that use the copy and paste method for auto responders. Set yourself apart from the rest by writing an auto responder campaign that would peak your interest. Write about what you would want to know about your specific business. Promote yourself as well as your business. I can not think of a better way to make yourself "stand out" than by having an auto responder campaign that grabs the reader. Now is the perfect time to set this up.
A holiday is a perfect time to set up a great campaign via your article marketing, blog posts, forum posts and auto responder campaigns. Take this time to write, write, write and see how your business will benefit from your words of wisdom.
In the mean time, I will be hanging out at my favorite social network, Peoplestring. I am always available to answer any questions. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org