The holiday season is a great time for companies to hold sales and build relationships, however, it can be a drain on your company’s productivity. Between vacations and a general feeling of sluggishness, your workforce can quickly become disconnected and frustrated.
The truth is, you should have started your holiday marketing plan a long time ago. That is the first lesson. However, if you are trying to catch up now and get in the game, there are still a few things you can do with Holiday Marketing 101 to stay relevant during this busy season.
Seriously, though, next year you should start planning over the summer.