’Tis The Season: 12 Ways To Add Festive Cheer To Social Media

1. Add A Christmas Twibbon To Your Social Profiles

2. Create Holiday-Themed Graphics For Your E-Mail Marketing


3. Give Your Business Logo A Holiday Makeover

4. Deck The Halls Of Your Blog

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5. Show Your Support For A Worthy Cause

6. Email A Christmas Video Greeting

7. Create An Advent Calendar

8. Share Helpful Holiday Tips Around Your Product or Service

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9. Offer A Seasonal Discount

10. Run A Holiday Contest

11. Create A Christmas-Themed Pinterest Board

12. Involve Your Instagram Followers

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Marie Ennis-O'Connor

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Social Media Consultant. Keynote Speaker. Digital Storyteller. https://hcsmmonitor.com

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