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aburaihan0525
Apr 07, 2022
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For example, Martha Stewart created this blog post to teach people how to make cool floating ghosts, and in the “materials” section she recommends her own products.[*] Screenshot showing a site with Halloween content Pro tip: Want to make a little extra cash from this project? Set up an Amazon Affiliate account and include affiliate links for any products you don’t personally sell, but people can buy on Amazon.[*] In addition to an article or video, you can create a printable worksheet with the steps to Help your readers do everything without needing their computer or phone. (This works as a great content upgrade to capture visitors' email Telemarketing list address.) Once you’ve made your craft guides, don’t forget to: Send it to your email list (with a Halloween-themed email template, of course). Share it on social media 2-4 times leading up to Halloween (starting in September). Consider spending some money on ads to get it in front of more eyeballs. That’s all there is to it! This marketing tactic is a bit more involved than the others, but it’s worth the extra effort. 3. SHARE DISCOUNTS & GIVE AWAY FREEBIES (WITH PURCHASE, OF COURSE) Halloween discounts are a no-brainer. Of course you’ll want to create some sales to go with the holiday (complete with a discount popup, of course). But if you really want to capitalize on the spooky fun, you need freebies. For example, you could offer some free Halloween-themed products using a
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