Sprinkle the snow and let it storm down.
Your website could have have a few cool snowfall effects and with a bit of imagination, your home page could have some snow flake effects falling down the middle of the page. Don’t worry about this affecting any seo ranking on google you may have as it is temporary and our web developers can implement this in a totally compliant manner.
Glam up your logo with a touch of Santa!
Add some tinsel or a santa sleigh to your logo.
Have all the fun you like with this. Your clients will appreciate the effort you have gone to. Have a go, remember its only for a couple of weeks at most. Look at what Google does as a great example.
Have a Flashing Christmas Tree
Always a winner to have on your website but be sure to tae it down by the beginning of the year or else it will loose the impact.
Ecommerce websites need to embrace Xmas.
If you are selling online then reward your customers with some Christmas bling on your site. Flashing lights, dancing Santas, and hanging candy is a good way to get your customers in the mood to spend money and buy from your site.
Online buying for Xmas starts early, so plan ahead and get your web designers to have this design, locked in ready by the beginning of December.
Christmas Party Photos
Post some of those Christmas party snaps on your company blog. It will give clients a peak into your company and show them that you are real people – what a great bit of PR!
These can be added through your Facebook or Google Plus pages.
A Warm Xmas Message is Going to Work.
When users land on your website, a Christmas greeting pop up window is an awesome and inexpensive way to tell people that you care about them.
Sprucing up your website for the silly season is a simple and easy way to get your business into the festive spirit – this blog article is a bit late for this 2013 Xmas period, but for next year, please get in touch with us and we can certainly look at ‘blinging’ up your website.