OK, calm down.
That joke was hilarious but not *that* hilarious.
I'll wait for you to stop laughing.
No? Didn't laugh at all? Fine. I'll save my best stuff for later.
I hate to break it to you. The holidays are on us.
First, Halloween. Then, Thanksgiving. Then, Christmas. You know the drill.
It's a comically out-of-control snowball that is about to scoop you up in its demolishing descent.
Some of you may be in businesses that do not sell anything related to holidays.
But it's kind of weird *not* to acknowledge a celebratory season, right? (Unless that's really, really not your thing or your brand).
And even if it's not your thing, you don't have to go overboard with the all of the words you can replace a syllable with the word “boo.”
OK, now I have to do it. Ready?
Boo-tiful, a-boo-rable, fa-boo-lus, boo-ty…
OK. I'm out. That didn't take long.
Back to emails here.
What I'm really trying to say is, that you don't have to go all out for a holiday email, like Halloween. You can keep it keep it super simple.
A fun color change, a cute little boo pun, an emoji in the subject line.
Find a way to celebrate the ordinary with people who are looking for something to celebrate.
Here's an incredibly easy, fun, simple example of a Halloween email that's worth taking note.
Here's what you should copy from this email:
Postable used a bright orange background color with white font and a black CTA button.
The background color immediately brings Halloween to mind.
The bright color also helps contrast against the white font and black CTA button making everything “pop”.
2. SUPER SIMPLE
A marketing email doesn't have to be five million paragraphs long.
If you have a promotion or simple message you want to get out to your audience, consider a brief, direct email that gets your point across!
3. SUBJECT LINE EMOJI
Seasonal emojis for the win! Emojipedia as collections of seasonal emojis to pull from.
Sprinkle one here and there in your subject lines during the season and feel all of the Halloween goosebumps.
Check it out —-> https://emojipedia.org/halloween/