Last year, throughout the US, the annual 4 July celebrations did not go ahead as planned. This was for obvious reasons. Covid-19 happened, and the world was shut down.
Parades for the much-loved holiday were canceled. Firework shows, too. And families and friends didn’t gather as they would have. One of the biggest events in the US calendar was a muted affair.
The story this year is very different. While the pandemic remains a serious challenge, there is much to be hopeful for.
More and more people are being vaccinated by the day, businesses and organizations have adapted to the new reality and many restrictions are being rolled back.
So, this 4 July, there is every reason to be cautiously optimistic – and that’s especially true for businesses and organizations across the US.
People aren’t just going online to buy. They are browsing. There’s sustained interest in online window shopping and searches for inspirational shopping ideas
This year’s holiday is an opportunity for you to make a real impact online – because that’s where everyone is – whether your goal is to boost brand awareness or convert more prospects.
As Debadeep Bandyopadhyay, a Google research analyst, recently explained: “People aren’t just going online to buy. They are browsing. There’s sustained interest in online window shopping and searches for inspirational shopping ideas.”
This brings us nicely on to our 4 July 2021 campaign. To help you achieve your goals this year, we’ve put together some ideas on how you can use themed and non-themed templates to create scroll-stopping Independence Day content.
And that’s not all. We’ve also put together a special offer that gives you 10 days access to Template Club for just $10. And to be clear, that’s unlimited access to our powerful monthly subscription service. Think 1,600 plus templates, unlimited renders, image editing tools, and the ability to create animated GIFs.
To take up this offer and for more information on how you can use Viddyoze this Independence Day, head to our dedicated page now.
Be safe and happy 4 July!