Are you looking for the right images to use in your Father’s Day marketing campaign?
You’ve come to the right place!
As a Father’s Day gift, we have put together some free stock images for our retailers. Feel free to use these images as you would like. Whether you’re in need of photos for your website, online store, or your social media – we’ve got you covered!
So keep reading to find out how you can take advantage of shopper spending habits.
Offer a Free Father’s Day Gift With Every Purchase
“Gift with purchase” promotions are a great way to increase your store’s average order value. This type of promotion offers every shopper who spends a certain amount in-store, a free item (a gift-box, gift-card, store merchandise etc.).
I mean what shopper doesn’t like free items?
Uniqlo is a great example of a retailer that successfully implemented this strategy. For every $50 spent in-store, Uniqlo shoppers received a free Father’s Day gift box.
“Gift with purchase” promotions can increase your store sales because:
1) It makes it easy to up-sell. Say for instance, a shopper is checking out and they are $5 dollars away from receiving a free item. This promotion strategy will encourage them to go back and purchase additional merchandise – increasing your store’s average order value!
2) It drives traffic to your store. Offering limited time, in-store promotions will create a sense of urgency in shoppers. “Gift with purchase” promotions make it seem like shoppers are getting a higher value for a lower cost. Simply put, shoppers will feel that they are getting more than what they paid for – making it harder for them to walk away.
There are many ways you can do this – from running Google Shopping campaigns to e-mail marketing to social media.
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Here are a few tips for running your Father’s Day digital marketing campaign:
1) Optimize your website for Father’s Day
You can do this by creating a Father’s Day landing page (a separate page on your company website created specifically for a marketing campaign).
On your landing page you want to make sure to:
Use Father’s Day related keywords so you can appear higher up in search results. Promote your in-store offers and Father’s Day related sales/discounts. Feature a gift guide that includes all of your Father’s Day merchandise.
Promote your in-store offers,discounts, and events. It’s important that you make your e-mail time sensitive by including dates (for ex: offer only valid from June 1st – June 16th.). This way, you’re creating a sense of urgency among shoppers!
Buy one get one free (BOGO) deals. Shoppers have a hard time staying away from these deals! This is because they feel that they are getting more bang for their buck. It also encourages them to buy higher priced merchandise.
Discounted Merchandise. Reducing prices on all or select merchandise can be extremely effective in increasing store sales. When backed by a great marketing campaign, it helps 1) increase traffic to your store 2) sell overstocked or slow moving merchandise and 3) produce brand awareness for your store.
Hosting an event is a great way to drive new and existing shoppers to your store. There are different ways to provide a fun and memorable experience for local shoppers. Some great ideas include:
Hosting a “Kid’s Craft for Dad” event where children are invited to create art for their fathers.
Hosting a Father’s Day photo session. Make sure to set up a nice backdrop in your store. You can also create an incentive for shoppers to share their pictures on social media – by running a contest! For example, shoppers who share the post on social media and tag your store can be eligible for a $100 gift card.
Hosting a BBQ or block party. Think about holding Father’s Day themed games so fathers can compete with their children!
Selling gift basket bundles is a great way to increase sales while offering shoppers a convenient and special gift. It’s important that you bundle your best selling merchandise with slow sellers. This way, you can get rid of slow moving stock – freeing up your shelf space for new inventory.
Creating a point-of-purchase display with all of your Father’s Day merchandise is a good idea. This makes it easy for shoppers to find a gift of interest – rather than walking through multiple aisles to search for one.
As mentioned above, it is also a good idea to create a separate page on your website for Father’s Day. To make things even more convenient, display your Father’s Day gift guide or give your shoppers product recommendations.
Other ways to provide convenience include offering:
Gift wrapping services.
Father’s Day cards as add-on’s to every purchase.
Smaller gift baskets at checkout so shoppers can easily and affordably add to their orders.
We hope you found these tips helpful. Happy Father’s Day and happy selling!