Holiday Content

  • Taking the Stress Out of Seasonal Promotions

    … prepare for them in advance. Use your seasonal promotions as the backbone of your content calendar, filling them in before adding anything else to your schedule. Even if you generally only plan one quarter at a time, go ahead and mark off all the annual events for the whole year. Work backwards from each holiday to build out a full plan for each…

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  • 4 Tips for Presenting a Webinar During the Holiday Slump

    … other webinars competing for attention. During the holidays, the frequency of webinars seems to slow down. Entrepreneurs are distracted as they prepare to take the last part of the year off and most webinar hosts save their big plans for after the New Year. However, you can take advantage of the slowdown by offering a holiday-themed webinar…

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  • The Top 5 Facebook Holiday Content Ideas

    …, unimaginative social content. Instead, make sure you’re optimizing your users’ engagement across mobile and desktop. Here are the top 5 tips on how to do so via Facebook: Utilize the above advice and you’ll be on your way to a content engine your Facebook community cannot resist – one that won’t put them to sleep during the busiest, most fruitful time of the year. Shaul Olmert is the co-founder and CEO of Playbuzz. Playbuzz can be contacted at bizdev@playbuzz.com. Image courtesy of Will Montague on Flickr. …

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  • Promoting your Brand with Holiday Content

    … a purchase. Even if readers don’t make a purchase right away, your trusted and valuable content will be remembered for the future. Such guides are helpful because shoppers actively look for them during holidays like Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Holiday-themed content may have a shelf-life, but the potential boost in traffic and sales is too big…

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