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St. Patrick's Day can be a great opportunity for small businesses to attract new customers and boost sales. Here are some promotion ideas that can work well for small businesses: 1. Social media contest: Run a St. Patrick's Day-themed social media contest where customers can enter to win a prize by sharing a photo, video, or story related to the holiday. Make sure to use relevant hashtags like #StPatricksDay and #Contest to help promote the contest. 2. Green-themed discount: Offer a discount or special promotion on St. Patrick's Day that is tied to the color green. For example, you could offer a 17% discount (in honor of March 17th) on any green-colored products or services you offer. 3. Irish-inspired products: Create special Irish-inspired products or services for St. Patrick's Day. For example, a bakery could create special green-colored cupcakes or a coffee shop could offer Irish-themed drinks like a "Shamrock Latte". 4. Free St. Patrick's Day-themed item: Offer a free St. Patrick's Day-themed item like a sticker or pin with any purchase made on the holiday. This is a great way to incentivize customers to visit your store or website. 5. Charity promotion: Partner with a local charity and donate a portion of your sales on St. Patrick's Day to the charity. This is a great way to give back to the community while also promoting your business. 6. St. Patrick's Day event: Host a St. Patrick's Day event like a parade, live music, or Irish dancing. This can be a great way to attract new customers and create a festive atmosphere for your business. Remember to promote your St. Patrick's Day promotion through your website, social media, and email marketing, and to keep your promotion relevant to your target audience and your business. With a little creativity, you can create a memorable St. Patrick's Day promotion that helps you stand out and attract new customers to your small business.
In a world where we're bombarded with advertisements and marketing messages at every turn, it can be refreshing to see a brand take a different approach. That's where anti-marketing comes in. Anti-marketing is a marketing strategy that involves intentionally going against the grain of traditional marketing tactics in order to set your brand apart and connect with customers on a deeper level. One of the key principles of anti-marketing is authenticity. This can involve sharing behind-the-scenes glimpses of your business or even being honest about the limitations of your product or service. Another principle is focusing on the customer's experience. Anti-marketing strategies focus on creating a memorable and enjoyable experience for the customer. An example of an anti-marketing strategy is the "anti-ad" campaign launched by Patagonia. Rather than promoting their products with flashy ads, Patagonia focused on telling the story of their commitment to environmental sustainability and social responsibility. By highlighting their values and mission, Patagonia was able to connect with customers on a deeper level and build a loyal following. By focusing on authenticity, customer experience, and a unique approach to marketing, anti-marketing can help your business stand out in a crowded marketplace and build a loyal following.
Do you have the problem of serving EVERYTHING to EVERYONE? Have you heard the term NICHE will get you RICH? I challenge you to fill in the blanks on this Dream Client Blueprint and really work on defining WHO your dream customer is, so you can start serving them better and get paid more for it. You want to become the SPECIALIST, not the GENERALIST. Grab it now!! Remember those who take action, are the ones who get results. -Brad PS: Check out my latest podcast episode on how high performers close deals here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/online-marketing-simplified-with-brad-parnell/id1482560951?i=1000598873299