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Three Showroom Tips for the Holiday Season

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The holidays are right around the corner, and it’s a great opportunity to make some sales! Of course, you can’t just sit there and wait for customers to visit your Showroom. Rather, you have to be completely prepared for the busiest shopping season of the year. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday approaching, check out three tips that will help to boost your sales.

Tip #1: Prepare Your Showroom

When you guide customers to your Showroom, you’ll want them to stick around. They’ll probably bail if the Showroom isn’t intuitive or aesthetically pleasing. Fortunately, it’s easy to boost the style of your homepage. You can prepare your Showroom for the holiday season by updating your profile and header image, and you can use Showroom Topics to group designs into relevant topics. You want to attract customers, and then you’ll want them to stick around. These two easy tasks will make that a realistic possibility.

Tip #2: Update Products

While your designs are your money-makers, customers are going to be visualizing them on products. If the placement or color selection is a bit off, customers will have difficulties envisioning their picture-perfect gifts. Make it easier for your customers by assuring that your designs are properly placed on their products. You’ll only have a moment to catch a customer’s attention, and an attractive display increases the chance that you’ll make a sale.

Tip #3: Capitalize on Promos

Throughout the next month, we’ll be unveiling a number of promotions. These are intended to help you, the seller. A great way of attracting customers to your Showroom is by advertising these upcoming discounts on social media. You can stay on top of all the upcoming promos in the Dashboard Widget in your account. This will assure that you’ll never miss an upcoming discount, and it will allow you to better prepare your social media campaign.

What do you think of our three tips? Do you have anything that you’d add? Let us know in the comment section.

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