Bloggers, are you ready for Q4? Are you looking for more inspiration? Look no further! Here are 9 types of posts that are perfect for this holiday season.
How many of you look for Halloween costume inspiration online? I suspect that most of us look to the internet for the perfect costume this year. Get creative with your Halloween posts – from “Costumes you Shouldn’t Wear to a Work Party” to “Costumes that Never Go Out of Style” and “Top Places to Find Costumes online”. Or, you could even create a post purely dedicated to dressing up your pets!
From how to wrap a present to how to make a wreath, there are plenty of opportunities to let you creativity shine during the holidays. Write a post highlighting your favorite project to share with your readers!
The fourth quarter comes with lots of events, which also means lots of outfits. When people are faced with yet another event, help them put together their fiercest fashion ensembles with blog posts like, “What to Wear at Company Holiday Party” or “How to Dress for Christmas.” Throw together options for everyone – men, women and children!
With so much giving going on, consider giving back. There are lots of great companies that have a “give back” model as well which would be a great addition to a charitable holiday post. Introduce your readers to these amazing companies to help them feel extra warm and fuzzy this holiday season!
Food seems to be a focal point of most get-together’s and with the influx of these parties, take advantage of writing up some recipe posts. Include your favorite serving platters or appliances that you use to create your delicious masterpieces.
This one is a given, but sometimes neglected as things get busier and busier. These two days are the biggest shopping days of the whole year. For affiliate marketers, these days can be a major revenue generator – so don’t forget about it! Gather a list of your favorite promotions going on or create a timeline of where to shop and when to do it! Consider creating multiple posts and a social media strategy for Black Friday & Cyber Monday.
Have you seen our Gift Guides? People LOVE gift guides, which make them the perfect holiday post to have in your queue. These guides allow you to easily feature numerous products and new retailers in a single post. They are a wonderful resource to provide your readers during this season of gift giving.
According the the Greeting Card Association, Americans purchase approximately 6.5 billion greetings cards each year – with Christmas, Halloween and Thanksgiving being a few of the most popular seasons. No shocker here, those all occur in Q4. So get your posts ready – Best Shops for Holiday Cards, Best Holiday Card Designs, Holiday Cards for Less, etc.
This one is easy to write and a perfect way to wrap up the year. Take a look at your blog’s best posts in each category and draw a little extra attention to them. OR go beyond your blog and feature your favorites of the year – books, movies, other blogs, fashion statements, etc.