When you have an online sales activity, it is of course essential to know the most favourable periods to sell.
Knowing these dates will help you know who and when to target when launching your advertising campaigns.
If you know in advance that Valentine's Day is on February 14th, you can plan as early as January to design products around the lovers' day and to put them forward on your website as well as on your advertisements.
Whether you are European or American, we have prepared a small list of must-know dates to help you increase your sales on your site.
This is as complete as possible, but depending on the country you are targeting, some national holidays may not be included: be creative and target specific festivities that your competitors have not thought of.
Blue day: 3rd Monday of the month
February 1: Chinese New Year
February 14: Valentine's Day
March 8: Women's Day
March 17: St. Patrick's Day
March 20: First Day of Spring
March 19: Father's Day in Spain and Belgium
March 21: Mother's Day North Africa and Middle East
22 March Mother's Day Ireland England
April 1: April Fool's Day
April 4: Easter
April 22: Earth Day, Ecology
From April 28 to May 4: French days spring to counter black friday
May 1st: Labour Day (France)
2 May: Mother's Day Spain / Portugal
May 4: Star Wars day
May 5: Cinco de Mayo
May 12: Mother's Day (USA)
12 and 13 May: end of Ramadan
20 May: World Bees Day
May 25: International Geek Day
30 May: Mother's Day
June 13: Father's Day Belgium
June 20: Father's Day
21 June: First day of summer / music festival
From June 23: summer sales in France for 4 weeks
July 4: Independence Day (USA)
July 14: National holiday (France)
Prime day : Amazon sale
August 8: International Cat Day
End of August: Back to school / back to school preparations
September 2: Labor Day (USA)
September 4: World Beard Day
18 September: European Heritage Days
September 23: First Day of Fall
October 31: Halloween
22 November: World Video Game Day
November 25: Thanksgiving
November 26: Black Friday
November 29: Cyber Monday
2nd Monday of December: green monday
December 25: Christmas
That's it for this list, that's quite a lot of dates to work on, isn't it?
It's up to you now, we hope you'll sell your products by the pallet.