Next Black Friday is coming. This year it will be on November 29th. I’m pretty sure that no matter when you read this, my next Black Friday offer will be the same. Before you get to know it, let me tell you something about Black Friday.
When is Black Friday?
Black Friday is always the first Friday after Thanksgiving. There are many Thanksgiving celebrations around the world, but this time it’s about the American one (USA). Its tradition is traced back to an event in the 17th century when Native Americans helped the European immigrants survive the first winter.
What’s the purpose of Black Friday?
Today in the USA Thanksgiving is celebrated on the 4th Thursday of November. The following day retailers organize sales with dramatically lowered prices. One of many explanations is that they want to get rid of the unsold stuff before they order new goods to sell you for Christmas. Anyway, as the custom goes, on the Black Friday prices are low and masses of people rush shopping centers to buy all the unnecessary things cheap.
But have you heard about Cyber Monday?
There is also something for those who don’t like actually fighting for a new TV or anything. Three days later after Black Friday, there seems to be the Cyber Monday. Traditionally this is the day when you buy the cut-priced stuff online. And now I wonder. I make deals with my client mainly via the Internet. Maybe I should consider cybermondaying instead of blackfridaying?
What’s my special offer for Black Friday?
There’s none. I write the texts that you need. And I don’t have anything on stock waiting to be sold. Everything I write is tailor-made. I don’t have hundreds of commercials written and waiting for a client.
Besides, I don’t actually sell texts. I give you a service. I help you make your business more prominent and profitable. Putting letters together is just a part of a bigger process. I think I must finally write here more about what it looks like…
Would you like to know, how will I help you make better business? E-mail me, just forget about the blackfridaying.