Regardless of whether you’re a self-admitted Festive King or Queen or a definitive miser, there’s no getting away from the splurged out the idea of Christmas Content Marketing.
This is the period of allowing and, this year, we’re by and large exceptionally liberal here at Bigfoot Digital! In case you’re attempting to think of unique thoughts for Christmas themed content, investigate our tips beneath!
1) Being Quizzical for the charms
On the off chance that you’ve invested any energy in the web you’ve undoubtedly run over a test or two. There are additionally magnificent advertising instruments as they enable brands and organizations to display items and administrations in a way that takes into consideration considerably more commitment and intuitiveness. They’re effortlessly, and oftentimes, shared via web-based networking media – with intelligent content producing 2x a greater number of changes than passive content, a test should be on your content’s daily agenda this festive season.
2) Social Media – The Current Potion
Web-based social networking Platforms are the ideal method to infuse some Christmas cheer into your advertising system. While we’re not recommending you toss your image esteems and identity out the window amid the happy period, your cover and profile photographs ought to mirror the Christmas season. In addition to the fact that this shows your customers and clients that you’re getting into the whole festive spirit. Newly and regularly posted themed pictures will drive your clients to check your page for offers, a range of merged offers and would give them a ring in their mind as and when they want to splurge for their associated Christmas festivities
3) The Pikcha fever!
Having the right amount and rightly co-ordinated pictures and content on your site ensures a connection with your prospect and existing customers. It has already been proven that people tend to attract more towards glittery and crafted holiday content. This not only gives them a festive feel along with all the jitters, but it also enables your clients and customers to recollect you to have a human group behind your business and that you’re getting into the merry soul!
4) Interesting Give-aways
The holiday season is majorly delightful and anticipated for people from all over the globe as they come in handy with not only a couple of pleasantries but also gifts. Consumers are already pre-rushed with the mentality of being gifted and awaiting gifts and offers as that syncs directly with the masses. Hosting fun giveaways in terms of your pilot services can prove to be a good idea not only in engaging your audience but also giving them a taste of your services and if you are new to the entire market this would prove to be just the thing.
Reconsidering the festive spirit in a separate light and from various studies surrounding the time spent on the phone per consumer, it can easily be attributed that in any given holiday season people spend 70% of their time on their mobiles and tablets. It has also been attributed that consumers go around mystery shopping to check for the prices and offers on the product they want to buy. In such a scenario having an ideal and timely customized push notifications bar would help a great deal. Bringing out your creative content juices in such a scenario will be a great fit for your business as well as for customer attention. A curated and personalized bar not only helps in grabbing eyeballs from the consumers but it also makes them think that your brand cares about their needs.
To wrap it up
Using the right form of strategy in retrospect with your array of content can prove beneficial to your business and your brand value in massive terms contradicting the popular belief of a lull surrounding the business arena. There just have to be right channelization for the prospective growth and market awareness.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chandrima is a Content management executive with a flair for creating high quality content irrespective of genre. She believes in crafting stories irrespective of genre and bringing them to a creative form. Prior to working for MartechCube she was a Business Analyst with Capgemini.