Tips on Tuesday

Although it can seem a bit of a cliche, don’t be afraid to harness the season!

Christmas backgrounds: gingerbread cookies and hot chocolate shot on rustic wooden table. The composition is at the left of an horizontal frame leaving useful copy space for text and/or logo at the right. Christmas tree and string lights are out of focus at background. Predominant colors are red, green and brown.

Have a think of some creative ways you can bring some festive fun into your social media marketing. Why not have a festive photo competition; ask your followers to show pictures of your products in the most festive way possible – have a prize for the best one. Share your office decorations, share photos of your staff dressed up for Christmas!

Some great festive content is a really effortless way of making use of what is going on around you – and some trending topics – to engage with current and new followers. Whilst the way you engage with your customers might need to be within certain parameters, you can be as creative as you want on your social media.

We’d love to hear your ideas about how you make your timelines more fun at this time of year!

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