21 Aug Happy Labor Day from SEO James!
While other folks are preparing for the Labor Day weekend by making plans to get away for a few days or, perhaps, putting together a grocery shopping list so they’ll have everything they need for their barbecue, here at SEO James we are looking at online search terms related to the holiday. If you’re an SEO agency, that’s what you do.
We found that most of the search phrases that are listed on Google Trends are for holiday sales. Among their top 25 search queries, you will find:
- Labor Day sales 2020
- When is Labor Day in USA (If you’re still wondering, it is Monday, Sept. 7)
- Lowe’s Labor Day sale 2020
- What day is Labor Day on 2020 (Since 1894 when President Grover Cleveland made it a national holiday, Labor Day has always been celebrated on the first Monday in September.)
- Home Depot Labor Day sale 2020
- Labor Day appliance sales 2020
- Labor Day furniture sales
There were also a couple of search terms that made the list for the first – and we hope the last – time this year:
- Second stimulus (Here at SEOJames, we would like to know about that, too!)
- Kentucky Derby (If you don’t follow horse racing, you might not know that because of the Covid-19 pandemic there were some significant changes made to this year’s Triple Crown series. The Belmont Stakes, which is usually the final leg of the Triple Crown, went first for the first time in history. Tiz the Law was the winner on June 20 in front of a grandstand that was empty, except for the owners, trainers and a few others associated with the horses. The Kentucky Derby, which is usually run first – on the first Saturday in May, has been scheduled for the Labor Day weekend. On Saturday, Sept. 5 the nation’s top three-year old thoroughbreds will Run for the Roses in front of Churchill Downs’ Twin Spires, but not in front of the huge crowd that is usually in attendance. The Triple Crown will wrap up on Saturday, Oct. 3 with the running of the Preakness Stakes.)
Whatever is at the top of your list this Labor Day, all of us here at SEOJames, a digital marketing agency in South Florida, would like to wish you and your staff a very happy holiday. (You will probably agree with us in thinking that we are all about due for a break!)