Happy Thanksgiving, From Viral Launch

Happy Thanksgiving!

While the holiday season can be hectic for many, this is especially so for Amazon sellers. What will almost assuredly be the busiest holiday season for eCommerce yet makes it particularly challenging for sellers to celebrate the holidays.

Between last-second strategy, communication with your team, and executing plans to optimize the holiday shopping season, celebrating the holidays can fall to the wayside. Although we can accept that this comes with the industry’s territory, we don’t have to let the meaning of these holidays go to waste.

Whether celebrating in-person with family and friends or remotely this year, the team at Viral Launch encourages you to set aside time to recognize the spirit of Thanksgiving by showing gratitude to the special people in your life.

To kick things off, we’re incredibly thankful for those who read and subscribe to the blog or subscribe to our seller tools. Without you, we’re very aware that there is no Viral Launch. We’ll continue to do our best to provide Amazon seller solutions that help you make your entrepreneurial aspirations a reality.

As the holiday shopping season ramps up, there’s no better time than now to take a breather to remember why we do what we do. We wish you and your business nothing short of your most tremendous success as we dive headfirst into the most eventful time of the year.

But first, let’s give thanks to those around us.

Author: Cameron Stewart

Cameron joined the Viral Launch team and 2018 and has worn many hats at the company. Cameron, a graduate of Indiana University - Purdue University in Indianapolis with a degree in Journalism, started off as a Customer Experience Specialist before switching to the creative side as a Product Listing Specialist. Currently, he assists with Viral Launch's copywriting efforts, using his years of knowledge to help sellers achieve their goals. View all posts by Cameron Stewart

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