Year after year, businesses and customers alike look forward to holiday shopping, with even more heading online. This led to the creation of Cyber Monday: a retail holiday that concludes the Thanksgiving-Black Friday shopping weekend.
Despite all the changes that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought us, Cyber Monday is here to stay. And with social distancing and various regulations limiting in-store shopping, Cyber Monday may be more important than ever.
To make the most of November 29, use these tips to capitalize on this year’s Cyber Monday event on Twitter.
Black Friday will look different with current social distancing and health regulations, so businesses may make Black Friday deals exclusively online — essentially turning Cyber Monday into Cyber weekend. To stand out amid all the competition, start showing off your deals early to get your audience excited about your brand.
Update your online inventory
With increased online shopping this year, make sure your website is up to date with all your latest products and services. Consumers will start researching their Cyber Monday shopping list soon, so check that you showcase your best self online.