Keep your website fresh and up to date with these seasonal changes.
1. Business hours.
Summer is long gone and the holiday season is around the corner. Has your business changed its hours accordingly? Make sure your website has the correct hours displayed on every page.
2. Holiday promotions.
Are you offering any specials for visitors during Thanksgiving or Christmas? What about discounts during non-peak hours or mid-week? You should let your clients know by displaying the information on your website.
3. Seasonal events.
Is your business participating in a seasonal event? From special tours to Christmas open houses, get the information out there now so that people can start making plans to attend. Also include details on where customers can purchase tickets to your event (if necessary).
4. Holiday Closings.
If your business is going to be closed over the holidays, let your customers know with a short message on your website along with the dates and/or hours that you will be closed.
Special Tip for Restaurants: Let people know now if you will be open or closed for Thanksgiving and/or Christmas so they can make their plans accordingly! Also give out information if you’re offering a special holiday meal on those holidays.
5. Photos and graphics.
Last but certainly not least, decorate your website for the holidays with seasonal images and graphics. If you don’t have a content management system that allows you do this yourself, give us a call and we can give you some information and ideas on what we can do for you!