Our November 2018 free desktop calendar for Etsy sellers is available for download! This month we’d like to remind you (our amazing small business creatives, crafters, and makers) of all the upcoming holidays!
And we’re off!
Well, it’s finally happening! The holiday season has arrived and we’re currently typing this up on Halloween day 🙂 November is the official start of SO many upcoming days to be aware of and we want to make sure you don’t miss any of them. Don’t forget, we’ve covered planning ahead for your holidays in a couple different articles over the last several weeks. These articles help you brainstorm and strategize a plan for your upcoming holiday season. Now that November is here, however, it’s time to move it, move it!
What we’ve highlighted
On your November Calendar, you’ll find several dates that are highlighted. Each of these show how long you have until the big holidays arrive. We also highlighted this month’s largest holiday, Thanksgiving! Starting November 5th, you officially have four weeks to Hanukkah and Christmas eve. Yeah, we don’t know how it arrived so fast either! Now is the time to start implementing the plan you’ve already put in place for any upcoming holiday sales. Along with your holidays, please don’t forget about Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday! If you want to do a sale on Black Friday, start thinking now about how you want to market this and when you’ll officially begin. Will your sale last through Friday only, or would you like to extend it through the weekend and into Cyber Monday? Make sure you’re thinking and planning ahead for any plans you need to make 🙂
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Remember to let us know if you’d like to see any upcoming dates for December highlighted on your next calendar. And show us some love in the comments if you loved November’s calendar!
2 replies on “November 2018 Free Desktop Calendar from Marmalead”
Cab’t wait for december highlighted
Winter Solstice Dec. 21st.