Christmas LinkedIn Post
How to make a professional Christmas post for LinkedIn? Download this set of sample LinkedIn Christmas positing now and publish it in time!
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Christmas is coming and it's common to wish people a Merry Christmas. This can be a bit time-consuming, but highly important moment to show you care for the people you work or live with. A quick fix is this Christmas SMM posts set that allows for sending mindful best wishes, that makes them appreciate working with you more. Use our Merry Christmas SMM posting template for the finishing touch!
How to make a professional Christmas post for LinkedIn?
As soon as the month of December, at the end of the year during Christmas and New year, it's tradition to wish each other best wishes and to host memorable Christmas events. We all anticipate the arrival of Christmas and other festivities. Having ready-made Christmas social media social postings ready, gives you more time to think about the message that you want to send along with it. If you need some inspiration, feel free to download this printable Christmas list template now and use it to your benefit.
This is a special edition, with a few extra engaging Christmas posts in Pandemic theme. Please note the details for our Santa and Snowman.
How to post on Social Media effectively?
When starting a Social Media Marketing (SMM) project, it's important you start with a strategy. Make sure you create a campaign that is effective, which means that it converts sufficient people from the audience into customers. The interesting thing here is that there’s really an endless amount of ideas, as far as your teams' creativity allows you to, for you to use when it comes to posting on social media .Before you skip this and jump down to the list, here’s a few tips to get the most impact out of these ideas:
1. Identify your audience
- Make it relevant for your audience. Talk TO your audience, don’t talk AT them. This is social media. People are looking for stories and posts that they connect with. If you’re not wording posts socially, you close the door for engagement.
- Make sure that everything you post should support your company strategy, vision, mission and tactical weekly, monthly, annual marketing and business goals.
- Use social media management tools that provide you with insight or tools to analyze the market. Also make sure you can track your performance, and make sure that it grows.
- By using our website, you will be inspired and do not run out of ideas, or content, since you can choose from many different types of ready made content just waiting for you to drop your logo on it and make it your own.
- Use social media analytics. Many platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, have built-in analytics that can tell you about your followers, including when they post, where they post, and other interests. Plus, these tools are free to use with business accounts.
- Check the competition. Understanding your competition will give you insights about how to talk to your audience. You can look at what your competitors are doing wrong to fill any gaps in your current strategy.
2. Define your S.M.A.R.T goals
SMART stands for:
- Specific: In order to measure and meet goals, it’s important to be clear about precisely what you hope to achieve. This is especially important for getting your team onboard as you work collectively towards the goal. A specific social media goal, for example, might be to increase your Twitter followers by 20% this quarter.
- Measurable: You need to know definitively whether you’ve reached your goal or not. Measurement makes that possible. By using metrics to track your progress, you can also pivot your goals if need be. For instance, if you find that likes and follows don’t lead to website traffic, you can change the metric to something that will help you achieve your goal.
- Achievable (or Attractive): All goals should be within reach of your business. If you set goals that are unreasonable, you risk discouraging your employees and creating friction in your business plan. As you set specific, measurable goals, make sure to adjust if it seems like you aren’t reaching them.
- Relevant: Your social media marketing goals should ladder up to your larger business objectives. For example, if it’s your objective to build brand awareness, you could set a goal to get 100 social media followers to click through a post to a landing page that describes your offerings.
- Timely: To keep yourself accountable, goals should have a time limit. Instead of creating a goal for some undefined time in the near future, make sure to set a specific cadence to check in and ensure you’re staying on track.
3. Allocate your resources wisely
Social Media Management requires unique skills, like:
- Strategic thinking.
- Organizational skills.
- Branding expertise.
- Creativeness and out-of-the-box thinking.
Make sure you find the right team members, with complementary strengths and international diverse backgrounds.
4. Develop a unique strategy for each platform
When creating a social media strategy, focus on:
- Where your audience is;
- Where your competitors post;
- What your metrics tell you.
Additionally, you’ll want to think about how to best use each platform, based on what it was created for and the content that does best there:
- Facebook offers quality video streaming, like live video, as well as a high-functioning messaging platform that allows brands to interact with their followers one-on-one.
- Instagram supports more visually compelling posts and creative short videos.
- YouTube is best for longer informational or entertaining video content.
- Twitter allows for real-time conversations, news updates, and alerts.
- LinkedIn works well for long-form written content, like blog posts.
- Pinterest lets users discover content, and relies on visuals to catch their attention.
5. Post relevant content regularly
Success on social media is a matter of posting compelling, engaging content consistently. Not only will this help make your business look dependable, but it also shows that you have timely knowledge to share and that you care to be in conversation with your audience.
6. Interact with followers
Social Media users enjoy interacting with brands, and as a result brands experience benefits like:
- Social proof of your business;
- Expanded market reach;
- Boosted brand awareness;
7. Always maintain professionalism
Typically, a standard social media policy will include:
- Clear expectations about what to post;
- Instructions on how to respond to negative posts;
- Platform laws and rules to follow;
- Brand considerations;
- Security protocols;
- How you talk to your customers in a consistent way, otherwise known as a brand voice (conversational style, academic style, easy-going, etc);
- Posting similar visuals across the various platforms;
- Focusing on your unique selling point.
Prioritize quality over quantity and prioritize quality posts is to ask yourself the following questions:
- Does this content help my followers?
- Is this original?
- Is this actionable, inspiring, or entertaining?
- Does the content have cited sources, if needed?
8. Reflect your brand identity.
Brand identity is what helps people connect to your business and sets you apart from your competitors. This means that all marketing, including print, digital, and social media, should be consistent.
- Brand voice.
- Posting similar visuals across the various platforms.
- Focusing on your unique selling point.
9. To measure is to know.
Always measure and benchmark your results. Before you start tracking, though, you should identify which metrics are most important to your marketing goals. The most common metrics are:
- Reach (amount of daily, monthly annual users);
- Engagement (user visits, recurring visits)
- Impressions (page views);
- Mentions (citations of your website, backlinks, forwarded messages, followers)
- Post clicks (likes, dislikes, forwards);
- Views (video views, blog views, etc);
- Optimize campaigns (increase minutes on the page, minutes on the articles, products);
- Set new goals for new projects;
- Assess tracking metrics;
Merry Christmas in other languages:
- Merry Christmas - English
- Frohlich Weihnachten - German
- Vrolijk Kerstmis - Dutch
- Sarbatori Fericite / Crăciun fericit- Romanian
- 圣诞节快乐 (Shèngdàn jié kuàilè) / Tin Hao Nian - Mandarin Chinese
- Joyeux Noël - French
- Felice Natale / Buon Natale - Italian
- Feliz Natal - Portuguese
- Feliz Navidad - Spanish
- Kinga Shinnen - Japanese
- Glad Julen / Glædelig Jul - Danish
- メリークリスマス - Japanese
- God jul - Norwegian
- عيد ميلاد مجيد - Arabic
- З Калядамі - Belarusian
- Veselé Vánoce - Czech
- Čestit Božić - Croatian
- Häid jõule - Estonian
- Hauskaa joulua - Finnish
- Χαρούμενα Χριστούγεννα (Greek)
- Schastlivogo Rozhdestva! / частливого Рождества! - Russian
- 메리 크리스마스 - Korean
- Priecīgus Ziemassvētkus - Latvian
- Linksmų šv. Kalėdų - Lithuanian
- Среќен Божиќ - Macedonian
- Wesołych Świąt! - Polish
- Srećan Božić - Serbian
- Kirismas Wanaagsan - Somali
- Heri ya krismas - Swahili
- God jul - Swedish
- Ukrainian Веселого Різдва
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Great Xmas posts for private and commercial use!
Such a beautiful Xmas posts! Thanks
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Thank you for the template, it will help me get everything I need to do today
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