An Online Marketing Guide for Valentine’s Day [INFOGRAPHIC]

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An Online Marketing Guide for Valentine's Day | SEJ

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.

This means that people are starting to plan a romantic date and thinking of what gift to buy for their special someone. In the US floral industry alone, it is projected that people will spend $3.3 billion for V-Day.

For digital marketing professionals and business owners alike, this “romantic day” is a goldmine. This is the day when both retail and online stores can beef up their sales to take advantage of everyone celebrating the “holiday of love.”

So how are you going to boost your business’ online marketing strategies for Valentine’s Day? This infographic from The Shelf will give you an insight on how you can get a piece of that heart-shaped chocolate from your customers on February 14.

An Online Marketing Guide for Valentine's Day | SEJ

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Featured Image: PIX1861/Pixabay.com
Infographic by The Shelf. Used with permission.

Aki Libo-on
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  • Awesome infographic. The paragraph about pets is the cutest one. There is only one conclusion. It is a duty of every digital marketing manager and SMM manager to make a unique and extremely creative campaign devoted to the V-Day in order to get a reward. If you don’t do that you can lose a lot.

  • Puneet

    Thanks for sharing!

  • Thanks, Aamir! We should also thank The Shelf since they’re the ones who put up this infographic. 🙂

  • grate post very informatic thanking you, and try to improve the conversation level…

  • Hi! it was really interesting for me to look through the infographic relevant for online marketing strategies for Valentine’s Day. When thi holiday approaching, business can come up with some creative ways to use this day to market to their customers. I think it sounds great