Green Monday is the second Monday in December and one of the busiest retail shopping days in the US, as this marks the final 10 days before Christmas. Expect more visits to your shop during this time, and make sure that you're ready for the increase in orders!
The last Saturday before Christmas is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Although many shoppers will still go to physical shops, this is a great opportunity for Etsy sellers to offer free shipping and promote “last chance” campaigns.
Join thousands of other successful Etsy sellers in promoting the National Free Shipping Day and see if this works for you as well!
Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is celebrated by the Jewish community and lasts 8 days and nights.
If you decide to add Hanukkah to your marketing calendar, please note that this holiday is not related to or the same as Christmas. Do your research and understand what this holiday means before you plan any campaign for it.
Winter solstice is known as the darkest day of the year, so create positive vibes by making your posts and campaigns bright and happy.
Christmas is a religious and cultural holiday for billions of people around the world who celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. While it's a great time to promote your products and increase your sales, it's not all about shopping for a lot of people. Share heartwarming posts, or you may even run a gift-giving campaign, or a special raffle for this occasion.
Boxing Day is a national holiday celebrated in several countries that are historically connected to the United Kingdom. On this day, people spend time with family or friends, and is considered as an extension of the Christmas holidays.
Kwanzaa is a 7-day holiday when families honor their African heritage. On the last day of Kwanzaa, families come together and exchange gifts. The presents are usually homemade rather than bought. So if you decide to target this holiday, build your marketing efforts around the values and beliefs of the African heritage.
Not related to the the social media platform, TikTok, Tick Tock Day is a reminder that the end of the year is near. Complete any unfinished business before the next year starts, look at how far you've come and see if you can share some of these accomplishments with your audience!
The last day of the year is usually celebrated with social gatherings, gifts, food and fireworks. Celebrate with your customers by sending New Year’s wishes!