The holiday season is heading our way, and with it comes the mad rush for holiday campaigns but here’s a little secret — you should be starting now. The earlier the campaign, the better results you will see and here are just a few reasons why starting now is critical.
More Time To Plan
It’s never too early to begin getting into the holiday spirit. There are many subtle ways to start marketing for the holidays without going overboard and the earlier you start, the more time you’ll have to develop a clear, and smart strategy.
Better Overall Production
Giving yourself a head start will allow you to make the visual edits you need to get the best campaign. You will have more time to prepare little changes, adjust your budget and switch platforms if you’d like. It gives you space to build out your campaign instead of pulling together something in a mad rush.
More Time For Edits
The longer your campaign runs for, the longer you will be able to see how it’s performing. With this, you can then make the edits needed to increase your success and performance. Understanding what gets the best response will allow you to tailor your full campaign to see the same results. A/B testing your ads only works when you have the time to do so, so start early.
Catch Customers Eyes Early
Starting early gives you the chance to be ahead of the competition. A steady campaign will create brand recognition and more visibility. In a flooded world of holiday campaigns, you want to stand out so beginning before the rest, will do just that.
If you need help creating a holiday media plan that will work for your brand, don’t hesitate to reach out to our professionals here at Bloom Ads. We are here to help you with all of your marketing needs — whether it’s TV, radio, PR or digital, we craft media plans that drive ROI for your business. Visit our website to learn more about our advertising services or give us a call directly at 818-703-0218.
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