Cyber Monday – Marketing Strategy – Ideas for Next Year

Cyber Monday Marketing Strategy

I am sure, like me, you have received a ton of emails with Cyber Monday deals. Instead of deleting them all in bulk, create a folder and keep them to use as ideas for your business next Cyber Monday.

A lot of business owners believe they have nothing to offer on Cyber Monday, they think they don’t have a product or service anyone would want this time of year. That’s just not true. People want a deal, it’s as simple as that. These holidays, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have programmed us to look for deals. Deals on any and everything we want and need.  Today I have received deals for:

1. Self Improvement Training

2. Beauty Products

3. Candy

4. Cookies

5. Thermal Cups

6. Exercise DVDs

7. Gym Memberships

8. Clothes

9. Shoes

10. Tree Service

11. Oil Change

12. Coffee K-Cups

13. Party Supplies

14. Flooring

15. Blinds

16. Laptops

17. Games

18. Heat and Air Yearly Inspection

19. Junk Removal

20. Bedding

21. Software

22. Area Rugs

23. Tire Rotation

24. Dry Cleaning

25. Massage

26. Home Decor

27. Blade Sharpening

28. Hair Cut

I am sure your list is as long if not longer than mine. You can see that many of these items cannot be purchased online but a deal is being offered. Deals that remind me “I do need my oil changed” and “the heat and air do need the yearly inspection”. These household chores would have slipped my mind but were welcome reminders that include DEALS for Cyber Monday.

So before you decide your product or service doesn’t have its place on Cyber Monday think again! Everyone likes a DEAL! Those emails you receive can give you great ideas for your Cyber Monday marketing strategy campaign next year.

About Shelly Miller

Entrepreneur, marketer and social psychologist - I help you make the most of your business with marketing, online and offline.

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