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It seems like just yesterday the stores were full of Halloween candy, but now that you can buy Christmas lights along with your turkey at the grocery store, it is clear that the holiday season is upon us. Hopefully you can take a break from your business for at least a day to enjoy Thanksgiving with your friends and family. (If not, take solace in knowing that you’re not alone.) But as soon as that big dinner gets cleared, shopping season takes off.

For many big retailers the fun starts on Thanksgiving Day. Following that there is Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and the rest of December up until Christmas, then the after Christmas return period, and the end-of-year business buying spree. If you have a retail storefront or e-commerce business, you likely rely on this season for a healthy percentage of your yearly sales. But, even if you run a service business, the holidays are an important time for your company. They provide an opportunity to offer discounts for buying a year of service in advance (which can be a great cash-flow boost), or just to show appreciation for your loyal customers.

The following infographics and posts provide guidance, advice, and tips for making the most of the remainder of 2013:

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Lisa Hephner

Lisa Hephner

My name is Lisa, and I'm the Vice President of Knowledge, responsible for the management of corporate, product, competitor, marketplace, legal, and regulatory knowledge, and creation and dissemination of knowledge tools using these assets to PaySimple prospects, customers, employees, and partners.

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