What is your plan to prevent existing customer relationships from melting away in the summer sun? What about a strategy to bring the heat against your competition and gain more customers? Whether your focus is to engage your existing audience, grow your list, or both, the tips below should help you keep your cool this July.

Content Ideas for July

Independence Day

July is a month filled with Independence Day celebrations around the world! In the US, the 4th of July presents a unique opportunity to engage with your audience. Spice up your email by including facts about American history and organize a fun event to commemorate the occasion. This allows you to express gratitude towards your current customers while also opening doors to new ones!

World Emoji Day

Celebrate World Emoji Day with your customers by incorporating fun and interactive marketing ideas. Encourage them to use emojis in social media contests, create emoji-themed promotions, or even develop personalized emoji stickers or GIFs that they can share with their friends, sparking a playful and engaging interaction with your brand!

Clean Beaches Week

Celebrate Clean Beach Week July 1-7 by encouraging beachgoers to participate in eco-friendly activities, organize beach clean-up events, or offer special promotions for sustainable beach products, showcasing your commitment to environmental conservation while building a strong bond with your customer base!

July Holidays

July 1: Canada Day

July 4: US Independence Day

July 6: National Fried Chicken Day

July 7: World Chocolate Day

July 8: National Video Games Day

July 15: National Give Something Away Day

July 16: National Ice Cream Day

July 17: World Emoji Day

July 18: World Listening Day

July 23: Parents Day

July Themes

Clean beaches Week

Garden Parties

Tour de France

Wedding Season



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