Having trouble coming up with marketing content for the upcoming year? Need a little help making a marketing calendar that fits with your company’s vision? Check out our 2015 Marketing Calendar to get a head’s up on all upcoming holidays and events.

As a marketing company, we work with a large list of clients that can leverage many different holidays and events to engage with their target audiences.

While everyone is making their New Year’s resolutions to get back into the gym or finally quit that nasty habit, think about what you can do to improve your business. Just like any successful resolution, planning is key. Maybe offer a spring kickoff promotion or simply wish your customers a Happy Independence Day.

There are events for every day of the year, and you’re likely to find great ways to connect with your customers and create stellar marketing campaigns!

January Marketing Ideas

January 1st, Thursday: New Years Day – When to start marketing: Monday, December 1st

Ring in the New Year and roll out your brand spankin’ new marketing plan. If you’re not excited about 2015 yet, you should get excited!

Think of all the marketing opportunities this year has to bring. If you can’t think of any, you’re in luck because we’ve thought of some for you! Don’t wait for January 1st to start thinking of strategies. Getting an early start is crucial for a successful business year.

January 19th, Monday: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – When to start marketing: Monday, January 5th

“I Have a Dream” that your business can strive to be successful this year. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought hard against racism and was a key figure of the civil rights movement.

Channel the passion that King had to bring your business the best marketing strategies you can think of.  Afterward, thank him with an in-store or online display. Martin Luther King, Jr. left behind a strong legacy, and your business can too.

Other Marketing Ideas in January

January 1st, Thursday – Commitment day

January 2nd, Friday – Buffett Day

January 3rd, Saturday – Drinking Straw Day

January 4th, Sunday – Spaghetti Day

January 5th, Monday – Bird Day

January 6th, Tuesday – Cuddle Up Day

January 7th, Wednesday – Tempura Day

January 8th, Thursday – Show and Tell at Work Day

January 9th, Friday – Apricot Day

January 10th, Saturday – Cut Your Energy Costs Day

January 11th, Sunday – Step In a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day

January 12th, Monday – Clean Off Your Desk Day

January 13th, Tuesday – Rubber Duckie Day

January 14th, Wednesday – Dress Up Your Pet Day

January 15th, Thursday – Hat Day

January 16th, Friday – Nothing Day

January 17th, Saturday – Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day

January 18th, Sunday – Thesaurus Day

January 19th, Monday – Popcorn Day

January 20th, Tuesday – Cheese Lovers Day

January 21st, Wednesday – Hugging Day

January 22nd, Thursday – Celebration of Life Day

January 23rd, Friday – Measure Your Feet Day

January 24th, Saturday – Peanut Butter Day

January 25th, Sunday – Opposite Day

January 26th, Monday – Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day

January 27th, Tuesday – Chocolate Cake Day

January 28th, Wednesday – International Fun at Work Day

January 29th, Thursday – Puzzle Day

January 30th, Friday – Insane Answering Message Day

January 31st, Saturday – Backward Day


February Marketing Ideas

February 2nd, Monday: Groundhog Day – When to start marketing: Monday, January 19th

If you don’t know the folklore of Groundhog Day here is it: if it is cloudy when a groundhog emerges from its burrow, then spring will come early. But, if it is sunny, the groundhog will supposedly see its shadow and retreat back into its burrow, and the winter weather will persist for six more weeks.

The anxiety can keep you at the edge of your seat, but it’s also a good way to get your customers excited for the changing of the seasons. Think of new product releases or consider hosting sales based on the results of the groundhog seeing his shadow or not. Getting involved with what your customers are doing is always a good idea.

February 1st, Sunday: Super Bowl XLIX – When to start marketing: Friday, January 16th

Football fans rejoice, Super Bowl has finally arrived. Whether your customers’ favorite teams made it into the Super Bowl or not, chances are they will be watching the game.

The commercials played during the Super Bowl are anticipated to be the best of the year, but they are also very expensive to get. Another idea may be to offer showings of the game, host a Super Bowl party, give away prizes or even hold sales. Join the hype and get business in on game day.

February 14th, Saturday: Valentine’s Day – When to start marketing: Sunday, February 1st

The middle of February is notorious for being a romantic time of year. If your marketing agency or company can swing new romantic product releases, that’s great! Otherwise, you can still reach your customer base by sending out an e-mail blast showing affection and gratitude for their loyal support. Everyone deserves a valentine to make them feel special!

February 16th, Monday: President’s Day – When to start marketing: Saturday, February 7th

People usually have President’s Day off from work, which is great news for you because that means many are out shopping. You can offer promotions, complimentary products or services, limited time sales and send out e-mails to customers to bring in more business for you and your company.

February 17th, Tuesday: Mardi Gras- When to start marketing: Friday, January 23rd

Mardi Gras is the last Tuesday before the first day of lent. French for “Fat Tuesday,” Mardi Gras is a fun time of year marked with beads, colors, food and daylong celebrations. If your customers can’t swing a trip to New Orleans, offer them a piece of Mardi Gras by handing out beads or decorating your store. Keep it fun, and your customers will have a great time.

Other Marketing Ideas in February

February 1st, Sunday – Working Naked Day

February 2nd, Monday – Crepe day

February 3rd, Tuesday – Digital Learning Day

February 4th, Wednesday – Thank a Mailman Day

February 5th, Thursday – World Nutella Day

February 6th, Friday – Doodle Day

February 7th, Saturday – Ice Cream for Breakfast Day

February 8th, Sunday – Laugh and Get Rich Day

February 9th, Monday – Stop Bullying Day

February 10th, Tuesday – Umbrella Day

February 11th, Wednesday – Make a Friend Day

February 12th, Thursday – Darwin Day

February 13th, Friday – Get a Different Name Day

February 14th, Saturday – Donor Day

February 15th, Sunday – Hippo Day

February 16th, Monday – Almond Day

February 17th, Tuesday – Random Acts of Kindness Day

February 18th, Wednesday – Drink Wine Day

February 19th, Thursday – Chocolate Mint Day

February 20th, Friday – Love Your Pet Day

February 21st, Saturday – International Mother Language Day

February 22nd, Sunday – Margarita Day

February 23rd, Monday – International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day

February 24th, Tuesday -Tortilla Chip Day

February 25th, Wednesday – Chocolate Covered Peanuts Day

February 26th, Thursday – Tell a Fairy Tale Day

February 27th, Friday – Kahlua Day

February 28th, Saturday – Chocolate Soufflé Day


March Marketing Ideas

March 20th, Friday: Spring Begins

The icicles on your roof are starting to melt and the flowers in your yard are going to start to bud. Spring time is finally here! While your customers are starting to come out of hibernation, remind them that you’re still around. Perhaps plan an event or promotion to get them out of their winter slump and allow your business to bloom.

Other Marketing Ideas in March

March 1st, Sunday – World Compliment Day

March 2nd, Monday – Banana Cream Pie Day

March 3rd, Tuesday – Cold Cuts Day

March 4th, Wednesday – Grammar Day

March 5th, Thursday – Cheese Doodle Day

March 6th, Friday – Middle Name Pride Day

March 7th, Saturday – Cereal Day

March 8th, Sunday – Women’s Day

March 9th, Monday – Napping Day

March 10th, Tuesday – Day of Awesomeness

March 11th, Wednesday – No Smoking Day

March 12th, Thursday – World Kidney Day

March 13th, Friday – Opening an Umbrella Indoors Day

March 14th, Saturday – Pi Day

March 15th, Sunday – Ides of March

March 16th, Monday – Freedom of Information Day

March 17th, Tuesday – Submarine Day

March 18th, Wednesday – Awkward Moments Day

March 19th, Thursday – Chocolate Caramel Day

March 20th, Friday – International Day of Happiness

March 21st, Saturday – World Down Syndrome Day

March 22nd, Sunday – Goof Off Day

March 23rd, Monday – Near Miss Day

March 24th, Tuesday – Chocolate Covered Raisins Day

March 25th, Wednesday – Waffle Day

March 26th, Thursday – Nougat Day

March 27th, Friday – Spanish Paella Day

March 28th, Saturday – Something On a Stick Day

March 29th, Sunday – Lemon Chiffon Cake Day

March 30th, Monday – Take a Walk in the Park Day

March 31st, Tuesday – Eiffel Tower Day/ World Backup Day

April Marketing Ideas

April 1st, Tuesday: April Fool’s Day – When to start marketing: Tuesday, April 1st

I can’t think of one thing your company can do on April Fool’s Day… so, you’re on your own.

Just Kidding!

Get into the spirit of April Fool’s Day by pulling a harmless prank on your customers. Not only will you make them laugh, but also lighten up their day and give them a reason to remember your brand. Your customers will see you as real and relate to you, which will strengthen your brand image.

April 5th, Sunday: Easter – When to start marketing: Tuesday, March 17th

During Easter, get festive by decorating with Easter eggs or holding an Easter inspired event. Those who celebrate Easter will appreciate your effort, and those who don’t will enjoy all the cute bunnies and vibrant colors. Either way, don’t be hesitant to have fun with it.

April 22nd, Wednesday: Earth Day – When to start marketing: Wednesday, April 8th

Go Green for Earth Day and show your customers that you care about the world we all live in. Tell them what you’re doing to be environmentally responsible, and give them ideas about ways they too can celebrate Earth day with you.

Other Marketing Ideas in April

April 1st, Wednesday – Day of Hope

April 2nd, Thursday – PB&J Day

April 3rd, Friday – Walk to Work Day

April 4th, Saturday – Vitamin C Day

April 5th, Sunday – One Day Without Shoes Day

April 6th, Monday -Tartan Day

April 7th, Tuesday – No Housework Day

April 8th, Wednesday – Draw a Bird Day

April 9th, Thursday – Winston Churchill Day

April 10th, Friday – Sibling Day

April 11th, Saturday – Barbershop Quartet Day

April 12th, Sunday – Licorice Day

April 13th, Monday – Scrabble Day

April 14th, Tuesday – Equal Pay Day

April 15th, Wednesday – That Sucks Day

April 16th, Thursday – High Five Day

April 17th, Friday – Day of Silence

April 18th, Saturday – Pet Owners Independence Day

April 19th, Sunday – Bicycle Day

April 20th, Monday – Chinese Language Day

April 21st, Tuesday – Kindergarten Day

April 22nd, Wednesday – Jelly Bean Day

April 23rd, Thursday – Talk like Shakespeare Day

April 24th, Friday – Pig In a Blanket Day

April 25th, Saturday – Hug a Plumber Day

April 26th, Sunday – Pretzel Day

April 27th, Monday – Morse Code Day

April 28th, Tuesday – Workers Memorial Day

April 29th, Wednesday – International Dance Day

April 30th, Thursday – International Jazz Day


May Marketing Ideas

May 5th, Tuesday: Cinco De Mayo – When to start marketing: Tuesday, April 21st

Cinco De Mayo is a fun-filled day that has grown in popularity over the years. Make your marketing ideas for this day creative, unique and festive. Hone in on the Mexican traditions or investigate American traditions for this day and choose what works for your business.

May 10th, Sunday: Mother’s Day – When to start marketing: Monday, April 20th

Mother’s Day can create some serious activity for your business if marketed the right way. Give your customers offers to shop for gifts in the upcoming weeks, and plan something interactive for the day of. Maybe host a contest or encourage your customers to come in with their mother’s on the day of for free gifts.

Just be creative and think of what you would want for your mother to celebrate her on this special day!

May 25th, Monday: Memorial Day – When to start marketing: Tuesday, May 12th

Everyone knows Memorial Day is the unofficial first day of summer. People remember the men and women who sacrificed their lives for the nation by celebrating their freedom. You’ll find your customers at the beach, barbecuing, sun tanning, relaxing and shopping.

Honor the troops and reach your customers by sending out direct mail or e-mails weeks before and leading up to the day. Make sure everyone knows what your business is doing to celebrate this weekend.

Other Marketing Ideas in May

May 1st, Friday – New Home Owners Day

May 2nd, Saturday – Join Hands Day

May 3rd, Sunday – Two Different Colored Shoes Day

May 4th, Monday – Firefighter’s Day

May 5th, Tuesday – Cartoonist Day

May 6th, Wednesday – No Homework Day

May 7th, Thursday – Roast Leg of Lamb Day

May 8th, Friday – No Socks Day/ Free Trade Day

May 9th, Saturday – Lost Sock Memorial Day

May 10th, Sunday – Stay Up All Night Night

May 11th, Monday – Eat What You Want Day

May 12th, Tuesday – Limerick Day

May 13th, Wednesday – Frog Jumping Day

May 14th, Thursday – Chicken Dance Day

May 15th, Friday – Bike to Work Day

May 16th, Saturday – Learn to Swim Day

May 17th, Sunday – Pack Rat Day

May 18th, Monday – Visit Your Relatives Day

May 19th, Tuesday – May Ray Day

May 20th, Wednesday – Pick Strawberries Day

May 21st, Thursday – I Need A Patch For That Day

May 22nd, Friday – Goth Day

May 23rd, Saturday – Turtle Day

May 24th, Sunday – Brother’s Day

May 25th, Monday – Tap Dance Day

May 26th, Tuesday – Blueberry Cheesecake Day

May 27th, Wednesday – Sunscreen Day

May 28th, Thursday – Hamburger Day

May 29th, Friday – Learn About Composting Day

May 30th, Saturday – Neighbor Day

May 31st, Sunday – No Tobacco Day


June Marketing Ideas

June 21st, Sunday: Father’s Day – When to start marketing: Saturday, May 30th

On Father’s Day we celebrate fathers and the influence that fatherhood has on society. Make your customers who are fathers feel loved by offering sales, handing out flyers, holding a father’s day event or having giveaways. It’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate fathers while getting the whole family involved.

June 21st, Sunday: Summer Begins

The day is finally here that everyone has been anticipating since their winter boots first started defrosting. Kids are out of school and families are taking their vacation days to spend quality time together. Stay relevant and don’t let your customers forget about you in all their excitement over the great weather.

Other Marketing Ideas in June

June 1st, Monday – Say Something Nice Day

June 2nd, Tuesday – Rocky Road Day

June 3rd, Wednesday – Running Day

June 4th, Thursday – Frozen Yogurt Day

June 5th, Friday – World Environment Day

June 6th, Saturday – Drive-In Movie Day

June 7th, Sunday – Cancer Survivors Day

June 8th, Monday – Best Friends Day

June 9th, Tuesday – Donald Duck Day

June 10th, Wednesday – Iced Tea Day

June 11th, Thursday – Jerky Day

June 12th, Friday – Loving Day

June 13th, Saturday – Sewing Machine Day

June 14th, Sunday – Flag Day

June 15th, Monday – Nature Photography Day

June 16th, Tuesday – Fudge Day

June 17th, Wednesday – Eat Your Vegetables Day

June 18th, Thursday – International Sushi Day

June 19th, Friday – Juneteenth

June 20th, Saturday – World Juggling Day

June 21st, Sunday – Daylight Appreciation Day

June 22nd, Monday – Onion Rings Day

June 23rd, Tuesday – Public Service Day

June 24th, Wednesday – Fairy Day

June 25th, Thursday – Global Beatles Day

June 26th, Friday – Take Your Dog to Work Day

June 27th, Saturday – Industrial Workers of The World Day

June 28th, Sunday – Insurance Awareness Day

June 29th, Monday – Please Take My Children to Work Day

June 30th, Tuesday – Social Media Day


July Marketing Ideas

July 4th, Saturday: Independence Day: When to start marketing: Saturday, June 20th

For the 4th of July, everybody knows the deal. Barbecue with friends and family, go to the beach and celebrate America’s independence from Great Britain. Just about every business is trying to get involved one way or another, so think of some original idea that will help you stand out among the rest.

Maybe participate in a local parade or tell your customers where they can go see some spectacular fireworks shows. Promotions are great! But they’re not everything.

Other Marketing Ideas in July

July 1st, Wednesday – Canada Day

July 2nd, Thursday – I Forgot Day

July 3rd, Friday – Compliment Your Mirror Day

July 4th, Saturday – Independence from Meat Day

July 5th, Sunday – Bikini Day

July 6th, Monday – Fried Chicken Day

July 7th, Tuesday – Global Forgiveness Day

July 8th, Wednesday – Scud Day

July 9th, Thursday – Sugar Cookie Day

July 10th, Friday – Don’t Step On A Bee Day

July 11th, Saturday – World Population Day

July 12th, Sunday – Different Colored Eyes Day

July 13th, Monday – International Town Criers Day

July 14th, Tuesday – Pandemonium Day

July 15th, Wednesday – Gummy Worm Day

July 16th, Thursday – Corn Fritters Day

July 17th, Friday – Yellow Pig Day

July 18th, Saturday – Caviar Day

July 19th, Sunday – Raspberry Cake Day

July 20th, Monday – Lollipop Day

July 21st, Tuesday – Junk Food Day

July 22nd, Wednesday – Hammock Day

July 23rd, Thursday – Hotdog Day

July 24th, Friday – Tequila Day

July 25th, Saturday – Thread the Needle Day

July 26th, Sunday – One Voice Day

July 27th, Monday – Take Your Houseplant for a Walk Day

July 28th, Tuesday – Milk Chocolate Day

July 29th, Wednesday – Lasagna Day

July 30th, Thursday – Paperback Book Day

July 31st, Friday – Uncommon Instrument Awareness Day


August Marketing Ideas

The month of August is infamous for being slow for business. Take this time to plan ahead and come up with great marketing strategies for the busy upcoming holidays. Maybe surprise your customers with a random, fun event that correlates to your business (check out ideas below).

Marketing Ideas in August

August 1st, Friday – World Wide Web Day

August 2nd, Sunday – Sisters’ Day

August 3rd, Sunday – Watermelon Day

August 4th, Monday – Assistance Dog Day

August 5th, Tuesday – Underwear Day

August 6th, Wednesday – Fresh Breath Day

August 7th, Thursday – India Pale Ale Day

August 8th, Friday – Happiness Happens Day/International Cat Day

August 9th, Sunday – Book Lovers Day

August 10th, Sunday – S’mores Day

August 11th, Monday – Play in the Sand Day

August 12th, Tuesday – International Youth Day

August 13th, Wednesday – International Left-handers Day

August 14th, Thursday – Creamsicle Day

August 15th, Friday – Relaxation Day

August 16th, Sunday – Tell a Joke Day/ Rollercoaster day

August 17th, Sunday – Thrift Shop Day

August 18th, Monday – Bad Poetry Day

August 19th, Tuesday – Aviation Day

August 20th, Wednesday – Lemonade Day

August 21st, Thursday – Spumoni Day

August 22nd, Friday – Be an Angel Day

August 23rd, Sunday – Valentino Day

August 24th, Sunday – International Strange Music Day

August 25th, Monday – Kiss and Make Up Day

August 26th, Tuesday – Hug Your Boss Day

August 27th, Wednesday – “The Duchess” Who Wasn’t Day

August 28th, Thursday – Bow Tie Day

August 29th, Friday – Individual Rights Day

August 30th, Sunday – Slinky Day

August 31st, Sunday – Love Litigating Lawyers Day


September Marketing Ideas

September 7th, Monday: Labor Day – When to start marketing: Monday, August 24th

On Labor Day, we celebrate the social and economic achievements of workers by throwing parades and enjoying a day of rest. Labor Day is also known as the unofficial end to summer and transitions students into school mode. Use this conversion to wrap up your summer marketing and change direction.

Big Labor Day sales are expected, so be prepared to offer your customers the promotions they want and need to get ready for the cooling weather.

September 23rd, Wednesday: Fall Begins

School is in session, the weather is getting cooler and the leaves are going through their autumnal change. Customers love this time of year and they’re all anxious to do their favorite outdoor activities before the snow starts falling.

Dive into your fall marketing by honing into your customers’ needs and how they react to the changing of the seasons. The changing of the seasons is always a perfect opportunity to ramp up your marketing.

Other Marketing Ideas in September

September 1st, Monday – Emma M Nutt Day

September 2nd, Tuesday – V-J Day

September 3rd, Wednesday – Skyscraper Day

September 4th, Thursday – Newspaper Carrier Day

September 5th, Friday – Be Late For Something Day

September 6th, Sunday – Fight Procrastination Day

September 7th, Sunday – Boss/Employee Exchange Day

September 8th, Monday – Literacy Day

September 9th, Tuesday – Wonderful Weirdos Day

September 10th, Wednesday – Swap Ideas Day

September 11th, Thursday – Patriot Day

September 12th, Friday – Chocolate Milkshake Day

September 13th, Sunday – Roald Dahl Day

September 14th, Sunday – Eat a Hoagie Day

September 15th, Monday – Greenpeace Day

September 16th, Tuesday – World Ozone Day

September 17th, Wednesday – Constitution Day

September 18th, Thursday – Water Monitoring Day

September 19th, Friday – Talk like a Pirate Day

September 20th, Sunday – Punch Day

September 21st, Sunday – International Day of Peace

September 22nd, Monday – Business Women’s Day

September 23rd, Tuesday – Checkers Day

September 24th, Wednesday – Punctuation Day

September 25th, Thursday – Comic Book Day

September 26th, Friday – World Dream Day

September 27th, Sunday – Tourism Day

September 28th, Sunday – Drink Beer Day

September 29th, Monday – International Coffee Day

September 30th, Tuesday – Mud Pack Day


October Marketing Ideas

October 12th, Monday: Columbus Day – When to start marketing: Monday, September 28th

In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue, and on October 12 we celebrate his arrival to the Americas. Marketers and explorers aren’t that different…as a marketer you have to discover what tactics work for you (but luckily you don’t have to sail the seven seas to do so). Be confident in your explorations and make this holiday fun for you and your customers.

October 31st, Saturday: Halloween – When to start marketing: Thursday, October 1st

Break out your costume and set out the candy, Halloween is coming! This is the time that people wait all October for. It’s also the perfect opportunity to get your employees involved and excited about coming to work. Encourage them to dress up in costumes or even hold a costume contest.  All the festivities can be shared to customers through social media to let them in on the Halloween spirit. With a little creativity, the options and fun are endless!

Other Marketing Ideas in October

October 1st, Thursday – World Vegetarian Day

October 2nd, Friday – Name Your Car Day

October 3rd, Saturday – Virus Appreciation Day

October 4th, Sunday – Taco Day

October 5th, Monday – World Teachers Day

October 6th, Tuesday – Mad Hatter Day

October 7th, Wednesday – Frappe Day

October 8th, Thursday – World Sight Day

October 9th, Friday – Fire Prevention Day

October 10th, Saturday – Universal Music Day

October 11th, Sunday – Coming Out Day

October 12th, Monday – Native American Day

October 13th, Tuesday – Face Your Fears Day

October 14th, Wednesday – Bring Your Teddy Bear to Work & School Day

October 15th, Thursday – Information Overload Day

October 16th, Friday – Boss’s Day

October 17th, Saturday – Wear Something Gaudy Day

October 18th, Sunday – No Beard Day

October 19th, Monday – Elevate Your Life Day

October 20th, Tuesday – Brandied Fruit Day

October 21st, Wednesday – Apple Day

October 22nd, Thursday – Caps Lock Day

October 23rd, Friday – iPod Day

October 24th, Saturday – United Nations Day

October 25th, Sunday – Sourest Day

October 26th, Monday – Howl At the Moon Day

October 27th, Tuesday – Navy Day

October 28th, Wednesday – Plush Animal Lover’s Day

October 29th, Thursday – Internet Day

October 30th, Friday – Candy Corn Day

October 31st, Saturday – Magic Day


November Marketing Ideas

November 11th, Wednesday: Veterans Day – When to start marketing: Sunday, November 1st

Take a moment or two of silence for Veterans Day to remember the commitment and sacrifice of those who have signed up to defend our nation. Thank veterans by setting up in-store and online displays to let people know you care.

In turn, customers will be pleased by your humble gesture and it will help you stand apart from all the holiday marketing clutter.

November 26th, Thursday: Thanksgiving Day – When to start marketing: Sunday, November 1st

Thanksgiving is the time of year we all sit down and give thanks for the wonderful things in our life. Why not extend those thanks to your customers? After all, they are one of the main drivers of your business. Remind your customers that you’re thankful for their support and loyalty via e-mail or direct mail. This is a great way to keep your customers happy and keep you in their mind during their holiday shopping.

November 27th, Friday: Black Friday – When to start marketing: Friday, November 27h

Ah, the infamous Black Friday…The day everyone drags themselves out of bed too early in the morning (or perhaps they haven’t even gone to bed yet!) and work off their Thanksgiving meal by shopping and swiping their credit cards.

If your company hasn’t had a Black Friday sale yet, you should. By offering limited time sales, promotions and complimentary products or services, you’re bringing business right to your doorstep. This is the day everyone is looking for a good deal, so get involved!

Other Marketing Ideas in November

November 1st, Sunday – World Vegan Day

November 2nd, Monday – Traffic Directors Day

November 3rd, Tuesday – Cliché Day

November 4th, Wednesday – Stress Awareness Day

November 5th, Thursday – Men Make Dinner Day

November 6th, Friday – Nachos Day

November 7th, Saturday – Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day

November 8th, Sunday – International Tongue Twister Day

November 9th, Monday – World Orphans Day

November 10th, Tuesday – Area Code Day

November 11th, Wednesday – Origami Day

November 12th, Thursday – Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day

November 13th, Friday – World Kindness Day

November 14th, Saturday – Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day

November 15th, Sunday – Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day

November 16th, Monday – Button Day

November 17th, Tuesday – Unfriend Day

November 18th, Wednesday – Occult Day

November 19th, Thursday – Use Less Stuff Day

November 20th, Friday – Name Your PC Day

November 21st, Saturday – World Hello Day

November 22nd, Sunday – Go For A Ride Day

November 23rd, Monday – Fibonacci Day

November 24th, Tuesday – Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day

November 25th, Wednesday – Shopping Reminder Day

November 26th, Thursday – Cake Day

November 27th, Friday – Flossing Day

November 28th, Saturday – French Toast Day

November 29th, Sunday – Electronics Greetings Day

November 30th, Monday – Stay Home Because You’re Well Day


December Marketing Ideas

December 6th, Sunday: Start of Hanukkah – When to start marketing: Sunday, November 8th

The Hanukkah period lasts for eight days and nights, which gives you eight opportunities to get your company involved.  Promote a special holiday sale or decorate with a giant lighted menorah… you can even choose to help out in your community during this time of year and get some free PR. The possibilities are endless!

December 22nd, Tuesday: Winter Begins

The air is getting nippy, the snow is falling and it looks like a winter wonderland everywhere you go. Be careful though! You wouldn’t want your marketing plan to freeze while you’re inside cuddling up with a mug of hot cocoa. The changing of the season is the perfect opportunity to reach out to your customers and remind them that you’re not hibernating for the winter.

December 25th, Friday: Christmas – When to start marketing: Wednesday, November 25th

Christmas is the perfect opportunity for all businesses to spread the cheer, not only the retailers. Customers are flooded with marketing promotions and sales during the holidays, which often makes it difficult to cut through the noise.

Don’t say “Bah Humbug” yet…if you start your marketing campaign early on, you’ll have a leg up on the competition. Now that’s something everyone can be merry about.

December 31st, Thursday: New Years Eve – When to start marketing: Thursday, December 17th

It’s time to ring in the New Year, and nothing motivates customers more than New Year’s resolutions (although, let’s be real, those are so hard to keep!) Kick of the year right by hosting a fun midnight sale, launching a new marketing campaign or introducing new products or services. Be there to help your customers start their year off right and they’ll be happy you did.

Other Marketing Ideas in December

December 1st, Tuesday – Eat a Red Apple Day/Giving Tuesday

December 2nd, Wednesday – Fritters Day

December 3rd, Thursday – Roof Over Your Head Day

December 4th, Friday – Wear Brown Shoes Day

December 5th, Saturday – International Ninja Day

December 6th, Sunday – Miners’ Day

December 7th, Monday – Cotton Candy Day

December 8th, Tuesday – Brownie Day

December 9th, Wednesday – Techno Day

December 10th, Thursday – Human Rights Day

December 11th, Friday – Ugly Christmas Sweater Day

December 12th, Saturday – Gingerbread House Day

December 13th, Sunday – Worldwide Candle Lighting Day

December 14th, Monday – Monkey Day

December 15th, Tuesday – Cat Herders Day

December 16th, Wednesday – Chocolate Covered Anything Day

December 17th, Thursday – Re-gifting Day

December 18th, Friday – Bake Cookies Day

December 19th, Saturday – Look For An Evergreen Day

December 20th, Sunday – Go Caroling Day

December 21st, Monday – Humbug Day

December 22nd, Tuesday – Forefathers Day

December 23rd, Wednesday – Festivus

December 24th, Thursday – Eggnog Day

December 25th, Friday – Pumpkin Pie Day

December 26th, Saturday – Thank You Note Day

December 27th, Sunday – Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day

December 28th, Monday – Card Playing Day

December 29th, Tuesday – Tick Tock Day

December 30th, Wednesday – Bacon Day

December 31st, Thursday – No Interruption Day


Now that you know what holidays and events are out there, you can customize your marketing calendar with plans to enhance your business. Get creative and don’t forget to share it with your customers.