3 Tips for Holiday Social Media

3 Tips for Holiday Social Media

This time of year it seems that every recipe, gift, trip, family picture and holiday decorations are posted on social media. Think about it, we didn’t always have Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Snapchat to engage with those we love that are not having Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza or whatever else you celebrate with us. Many of you may remember Festivus and celebrate it on December 23rd. No matter what you are celebrating this time of year, social media is abuzz with all of it. Here are a few simple tips: Be there or be square – be on social media this time of year. Don’t go crazy posting just for the sake of posting. Make sure you stay active on your business social media even you have some extra time away from work. Use this holiday time to express thanks to clients, customers and all those who have helped your business grow throughout the year. Share the posts wishing everyone a great holiday – all the holidays. One last tip – Laughter is a key to unlocking positive energy…use it in your posts, your blogs, and your emails to clients.

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Be a part of holiday social media conversations!

This time of year it seems that every recipe, gift, trip, family picture and holiday decorations are posted on social media. People are excited to share, especially with family and friends that are long distance. Think about it, we didn’t always have Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Snapchat to engage with those we love that are not having Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza or whatever else you celebrate with us. Many of you may remember Festivus and celebrate it on December 23rd. I smile whenever I think of Kramer and that Seinfeld episode. No matter what you are celebrating this time of year, social media is abuzz with all of it. How do you take advantage of all that chatter for your business? Here are a few simple tips:

  • Be there or be square – be on social media this time of year. Don’t go crazy posting just for the sake of posting. Make sure you stay active on your business social media even you have some extra time away from work. Post about your company holiday party; wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. If your business is involved in the holidays, i.e. restaurants, retail, be sure to Boost a few posts and think outside the box for your demographics. For example – where are people shopping? Black Friday, Nutcracker, etc. You get it. Don’t…

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