Spring is in the air! The sun is coming out, birds are chirping, snow is melting…it’s time to do some spring cleaning! Here are some tips to get organized:
1. Clear Out That Inbox
We know you get a lot of spam. Over 200 millions spam email are sent out PER DAY. Take some time at the end of each day and sort our your inbox. Delete junk mail. Create and organize folders to help you navigate your inbox better. Create a Save Local Now folder for all your impression reports! Before you know it, you’re inbox will be squeaky clean and you will thank yourself for having a tidy email system.
2. Give Your Save Local Now Business Profile a Facelift
You might have updated it a few months ago but you might have also added a new service or popular product to your business. Give it a quick once over and look for places that need a little refreshing. Update your hours if they are different in the summer. Check out your keywords and add some more. Post your businesses profile on social media again if you haven’t in a while. It’s a simple way to freshen up your image.
3. Create a New Spring Deal or Event
There’s a lot going on in spring. Some of you might have customers looking for landscapers, new hair styles, new cars or new houses. Put up a deal relating to spring to help drive more business. If you want new customers, offer referral discounts to encourage your already loyal customers to being in more! If you want to throw an event, think of all the great things your can do with the nice weather. Weddings, sidewalk sales, outdoor games, you name it. Lots of customers are looking for reasons to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. There are many great opportunities and out there and all it takes is a minute!
These are just a few things you can do for spring. Of course there’s still some windows that need to be wiped down and some floors that need some scrubbing, but your marketing strategy is just like that closet that needs to be cleaned out and reorganized. Out with the old, and in with the new. Keep things updated and keep things going!
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