Tap into Behavioral Cues for Summer Marketing, Not Holiday Cues

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Robin Neifield (ClickZ.com)

seasonal marketingChanges in behavior and shifting schedules impact summer marketing even more so than those major holidays: Memorial Day, July 4 and Labor Day. Even if you are not in a seasonal business, your consumers are reacting to the season in predictable ways that you can leverage.


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