The eBay Seller’s Marketing Calendar (don’t miss hot holiday spends!)<--any comment?

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It’s a fact that a significant percentage of eBay sales are generated from holidays and special annual occasions. To help you get the most out of the big holiday spend, I’ve put together a quick marketing calendar that you can use to prepare for big cash-ins that come around each year. Pay close attention to November and December’s holidays and start planning for these now!

Holidays are based in the US calendar unless otherwise stated
Your month-by-month calendar:
January

New Years Day
Back to school
Australia Day (Australia)

February

Valentine’s Day
President’s Day
Super Bowl

March

St Patrick’s Day
Easter

April

Easter (can fall in March or April)
April Fool’s Day

May

Mother’s Day
Memorial Day (big sales are expected and buyers go a little crazy!)

June

Start of summer
Father’s Day
Queen’s Birthday (UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and other Commonwealth nations)

July

Independence Day/4th of July
Canada Day (Canada)

August

Time to start planning holiday sales for November and December!
Bank holidays (UK)

September

Labor Day

October

Columbus Day
Halloween

November

Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving

December

Hanukkah
Christmas! The big daddy of all holidays and the single holiday that helps some eBay sellers generate over 40% of their yearly income. If you want to cash in this Christmas, start planning for it now.
New Year’s Eve

Which holidays are most profitable for you? If I have left out an important money-maker for you, let me know and I will add it to the list!
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