SMB Monday: It’s Gonna Be May

Aditi Vora

Welcome to our weekly, Small Business Monday feature, where we’ll quickly highlight some important facts and trends that small business owners need to grow their local service businesses.

Let's get ready for May!

What to do when you’ve crossed off all the boxes in April…

...time to turn the page on the calendar. Unbelievable, we’re already approaching May and it seems as though this year is just flying by. With the beginning stages of the summer looming near, make sure you’re preparing for all the upcoming events that are right around the corner.

It’s your last chance to get everything set up and ready to go for Mother’s Day. Plan out your promotions and sales, figure out the methods in which you’re going to bring your customers through the doors, and start socializing! We’ve even got the solution for getting last minute shoppers, (guys, we’re looking at you!) through the door.

What to do when you’re all set with Mother’s Day…

...look ahead to Prom and Wedding season! With the temperatures rising, high school kids are starting to become more and more anxious for the coming summer vacation. The end of the school year also brings upon Prom and Graduation. If you’re a salon or spa, this is the best time to take advantage of the influx of business that could come your way.

Nervous about wedding season? We’ve got your full guide to navigating the coming bridal madness, here.

What to say to the all your younger customers this coming month…’s gonna be #May! Remember to make yourself reachable to all of your younger customers through the use of social media. Expand your online presence through social and get your business up and running with the creation of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. We are all about getting your business ready for the rise of the Millennial generation, and this is a good place to start!

About the Author

Aditi Vora

Aditi Vora is a skilled digital marketer with a passion for content marketing and exploring new and fun ways to keep her audience informed and engaged. She's currently the Senior Manager of Content at <a href="" style="color: #2e9bd8">Booker Software</a>.

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