for Christmas-themed content for creative business owners
by Brittany Taylor
published November 30, 2017
updated May 30, 2018
¶ When I worked at The Magazine, holiday content started at mid-summer. Coming up with puns involving winter coats and hot cocoa was painful—especially the week our office’s A.C. up ‘n’ died.
Back then, I had a Christmas-in-July ritual. As soon as our fall issue closed, I opened up Spotify and dragged-and-dropped my way to a carol-packed playlist. The bum-bum-bum of The Nutcracker Suite and a sassy “Baby It’s Cold Outside” never failed to get me thinking snowflakes instead of sunburns.
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Holidays in the digital world are a different story. Sure, you can plan way, way ahead. More likely, though, you’re a bit of a procrastinator on the content-publishing front. But that's OK. Like the shopping elves hitting the malls on Christmas Eve, you hit it hard at the last minute—and you want to hit it out of the park.
I’m here to help. Use these Christmas-themed blog post prompts well and no one will know you stayed up late to hit publish instead of sneaking a peek at Santa.
Writing last-minute holiday content? Here's how to do it right.
Ready to get down to business? Grab a cuppa and turn on something seasonal. It’s time to take off your jack-of-all-trades boss hat and snap up a topper that’s red and white and fuzzy all over.
That’s right; it’s holiday blogging time. Whether you’re running late or getting a jump start on your content creation, I’ve got a list loaded with ideas to suit any pro blogger, entrepreneur, or working professional. Feeling Christmas-y? I got ya covered.
Step 1. Come up with a brilliant idea. Step 2. Turn that brilliant idea into a blog post your audience will devour. You have the first part in the bag. For the second, grab my blog post-writing process.
My name is Brittany, but my friends and clients call me "Britt." Online small business owners hire me to create content strategies and write their blog posts, email newsletters, and social media updates. I work with bosses around the world from the marshes of Charleston, S.C.