Boo! Three Ways to Grab Your Clients’ Attention This Halloween

Published on October 25, 2021

All Hallow’s Eve is upon us, and it’s time to show your clients just how much fun you can be. Here are the top 3 ways.

Create Themed Products

Make limited edition products or menu items that will ignite the Halloween spirit in your customers. If you own a restaurant or cafe, consider new menu items and table decor to go along with the holiday. It’s pretty clear that the pumpkin spice craze isn’t going anywhere, and there are countless ways to incorporate ghouls, ghosts, witches, and other spooky characters or items into your product plan. Starbucks is a good example of a company partaking in the Halloween craze: People can’t get enough of their reusable Halloween cups, some people are even reselling the cups at a huge markup. A product like Halloween-themed cups are great because you can use any leftovers the following year.

Create a Special Promotion for Halloween

Everyone knows discount is one of the most successful ways to increase traffic and optimize sales during the holiday season. Promotions from 20% to 30% off are enough to get people excited and eager to buy if they are well-organized. Because Halloween is also a day for family reunions and having fun together, shoppers frequently search for items to offer as gifts to their family and friends. Instead of merely providing them coupons, you may display recommendations for products as gifts or feature Halloween-related products on your homepage to entice and excite them.

Optimize Your Website for the Spooky Factor

With more than 54% of online shopping, are you ready to drive a sale to your store? Dynamic researches and surveys keep indicating the growing preferences of mobile devices by shoppers. Make your shopper’s journey comfortable to search and purchase the needed items from anywhere anytime. Online shoppers are streamlining themselves towards mobile devices than working on desktops. With online shopping through smartphones exponentially increasing, you cannot overlook the fact that your website must be mobile-responsive. To make sure you don’t get caught in this spider’s web, design a mobile-responsive website or you may optimize your existing website to be mobile-responsive. This will smoothen your customer’s buying journey. Just a single touch and your customer can complete the purchase like magic.

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My goal with Lambert Consulting is to continue to bring community, business, and education together. You must have all three in order to be successful. My experiences have allowed me to be more in tune with my clients’ needs and how to fulfill them. Hard work, honesty, and respect is what I give to each of my clients.