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7 Tips to make your store the star of this holiday season!

How can sales be increased in December? Discounts will be available from everyone, so how can you stand out from the crowd?

Most likely, discounts and special deals is the first thing that came to mind.

But all this has been done before, what can you do this season to really stand out?

Here are some ideas:

1. FREE Gift Packaging

It wouldn't feel like the holiday season without wrapping presents!

This demonstrates how much you appreciate your customers to offer gift-wrapping. Additionally, it demonstrates that you pay great attention to how they intend to spend their money. This can be explained to your consumers as a pitch that working with you would result in a more concrete return on their investment. Try to sell your consumers an experience rather than just a product. Gift-wrapping demonstrates the care and consideration that your consumers expect from excellent service.

2. A Clock Counting Down the time to get same-day shipment

The main purpose of a countdown timer is to create a sense of urgency and give the feeling that “time is running out.”

Especially for those last minute shoppers.

3. Holiday Gift Guides.

It can be challenging and time-consuming to buy gifts for friends and family during the holidays. especially if you're also balancing other seasonal obligations like organizing a Christmas feast or going to parties. By giving your customers gift suggestions early in the season, an online gift guide will help you connect with these buyers. You're more likely to come to mind when customers are prepared to make a purchase, which will ultimately result in higher sales.

4. Offer Buy Now Pay Later

As the holiday shopping season approaches, consumers are looking for any form of financial respite they can find as inflation continues to afflict the United States. Short-term "buy now, pay later" is included in this. This increases the opportunities for your clients to make larger purchases.

5. Creative Cart Abandonment Emails.

The holiday shopping season is upon us, and we all know what that means: abandoned carts left and right. And if you're an online retailer, you know what else it means: lots of abandoned cart emails flooding everyone's inbox.

But here's the thing: if you want to see those sales come back to life, you need to make sure your recovery emails stand out from the crowd. That means thinking outside the box—and maybe even going a little bit crazy—when it comes to your subject line and offer.

6. Highlight Your Best Christmas Offers on Your Homepage.

Home page is the first thing your customer sees when they land on your website. It should be well structured with proper CTA's, offers, content and decoration.

A home page that is attractive but doesn't have any clear call-to-action will not convert visitors into customers. The visitor may get distracted by other things on the page and leave without taking any action at all.

Work with us to get a 24hr Christmas home page revamp. Once Christmas is over you can switch back to your regular home page in just one click without having to hire a professional.

7. Product Descriptions For Gift Givers.

Rewrite your product descriptions for the holidays. Inspire your shoppers to purchase your products for their loved ones this holiday season.

We offer copywriting services to help you persuade your shoppers.

It's the most wonderful time of the year, and if you're looking to make your online store stand out during the holidays, don't worry—it doesn't have to be hard!

We hope these 7 tips helped. View our services to see how we can help you get the most out of your holiday marketing. This season, we're offering express services with a turn around time of 24 hours; just in case you need an extra boost of speed in this busy season!

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