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Content ideas for email campaigns November 2020

Written by Alissa Taggart
Strategy
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Black Friday is just around the corner – one month left till the big sales! Do you have all your email campaigns set and ready to rake in revenue? If you’re looking for more ideas to turn your November campaigns into conversion powerhouses, this video is for you.

In this video, we walk you through the November holiday calendar and share specific examples of campaigns that you can send. Use these tips to create emails that build excitement and prepare your customers to tap that “Buy” button on Black Friday.

Get your copy of the calendar here: https://flowium.com/calendar/

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– Hey guys, welcome back, Elisa here from Flowium. We’ve got another holidays and events e-commerce calendar for you ready to go, November, 2020. We are really quite frankly to say extremely excited for this upcoming month. There’s a lot coming on. E-commerce is supposed to smash some serious records this month with Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and then leading into holiday. It’s a crazy, crazy time to be alive in the e-commerce industry, so strap your seatbelts and get ready. I’m gonna go through what isn’t quite the most extensive or detailed calendar that we’ve had yet, primarily because there’s so much that’s happening at the end of the month, so we kinda dotted some stuff throughout, but before I go ahead and get through to that, make sure that you like and subscribe this channel. We release a new video every Thursday. They are super informative. If I do say so myself, I actually listen to them from the other people on our team on a regular basis, and they’re really helpful when it comes to email marketing, e-commerce email strategy, and just general content when it comes to email. So make sure you like and subscribe. There is a link in the description box below that you can click on, it’ll take you to a landing page. You plug your email in there, and then every month, you’ll get these calendars. They’ll provide you a little extra content for you to supplement your campaigns that you’re working hard to get out to your subscribers every month or every week. So make sure again, like and subscribe to this channel, make sure that you plug your email in there so you get these emails once a month with the campaign calendars or the holiday and events calendars that we have going, but without further ado, let’s get started with November, 2020. So as we all know, there is an election taking place here in the US. So that will be happening on November 3rd. The other thing to note that I had no idea until I started creating this calendar is Sunday, November 1st, we gain an hour, at least here where I’m at in Florida. There are some states that don’t do that anymore. And I think Florida is one of those states that may not in the future, that’s a different story, but Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday, November 1st. So for those moms out there and those dads who have young kids, I’m so sorry, ’cause I don’t mess this up with our schedule. For those who are young professionals that don’t quite have kids yet, enjoy your extra hour of sleep. I am sure that your email subscribers will not be upset about receiving a reminder email regarding Daylight Savings Time ending. So that is always a campaign option for you. Again, November 3rd is a very important day here in the US because it is election day. Moving on to the following week, we do have Veterans Day here in the US. And then in Canada and the UK and Australia, we do have Remembrance Day. So these are some pretty important federal holidays across the board. If this is something that ties in with your brand or you have a tendency to kind of recognize these holidays, definitely not a bad idea to include a campaign like this. And then later on in the week, we have some kind of more fun holiday. So we have Friday the 13th, which is happening in November, not as spooky as it happening in October, but you get what you get. And then we also have World Kindness Day, and then actually November 14th is Diwali, which I believe is an Indian holiday. So again, if that’s relating to your brand, definitely worthwhile to send out a campaign about that. Following week, we have America Recycles Day, really good green holiday. We have National Hiking Day. You have National Entrepreneurs Day, which is a cool day to kind of recognize all those small business owners. And then the following week, we have the craziness that starts. You have Thanksgiving Day here in the US on Thursday, November 26th. Friday, November 27th, the infamous Black Friday, which seems to primarily be taking place in the digital space. So if you are an e-commerce brand, you’re watching this video and you still haven’t prepped for Black Friday, get with it ’cause you have almost no time left to prep and you gotta get some campaigns out. Make sure that you have a strategy in place for the crazy holiday season that’s about to ensue. November 28th, Saturday is Small Business Saturday, great time for people to be recognizing small businesses, which make up a huge chunk of the economy here in the US. So if you are a small business, definitely harp on that. If you’re a consumer that’s watching this, make sure that you support your small businesses across the country. Sunday, November 29th is the continuation of Black Friday weekend. Usually, brands will have a promotion that goes from Thursday night over to Tuesday morning. And then of course, Monday, November the 30th is the infamous Cyber Monday. It’s important this year, obviously, because everything we do is in the cyber world. But it’s kind of just, again, a continuation of Black Friday because stores are shut down ’cause of COVID, people aren’t going out and about and creating that line at three o’clock in the morning after Thanksgiving in order to get those good deals in the stores. What they are doing is they’re lining up on their laptops so they can get a good deal. So Cyber Monday almost feels like it’s four days this year, instead of just the one, so make sure that you take advantage. This is your holidays and events calendar for November, 2020, not the most exciting calendar we’ve had, but it is the most exciting calendar that we’ve had because Black Friday is hitting hard. So make sure that you get ready, get your teams ready, make sure that you like and subscribe to this channel. We do have some videos that are talking about how to prep for Black Friday this year and just the general holiday season, so make sure you watch those. People, prepare, we cannot say this enough. Prepare yourself ’cause this is going to be a record breaking year. So get with it, get smart and get happy ’cause it’s coming for ya. Thank you guys so much for watching. Make sure that you click on the link below so then that way you can get this calendar sent to you directly via email and all the calendars moving forward and have a great week. Thank you guys.

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