The holidays are a great time to stay top-of-mind with your audience. Which means it is time to get creative with your marketing ideas and have a little fun.
Here are 10 ideas for spooky-good email campaigns:
- Take a picture of your team in costume and simply wish a happy Halloween. At the bottom of the emails give some type of update about your business or team. For example: “By the way, we are gearing up for a big sale on November 3, stay tuned.” Or add a coupon.
- Send a list of the best places to trick or treat in your area or list of local Halloween events
- If you sell Halloween products, do a 2-day spook-tacular flash sale 2 weeks before Halloween
- Have people vote on the best costume or pumpkin carved: show pictures of the costumes or pumpkins, add a quick poll and ask them to vote on the best one. Subject line: “We need your help to pick the winner of our staff pumpkin carving contest.” At the bottom, include a coupon for participating.
- If you...