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5 Holiday Marketing Tips

What if you’re not selling a property at the moment? That shouldn’t stop you from marketing yourself and your business during the holidays! Here are simple tips to try through New Year’s Eve.

Social media is truly your best friend during the holiday season! Leverage social media to the fullest and host contests online. This is super engaging and it doesn’t require a lot of effort from your end or your clients’ end.

Photo Contest

Ask your followers to post a picture of a beautiful Christmas tree or a well-decorated living room. You can also ask them to post the picture with a unique hashtag so it’s easier to follow the contest. Choose a winner and send them a holiday present!

Christmas giveaway

At this time around, the internet is crawling with giveaways. Create simple rules to enter the giveaway, like – follow/subscribe, share on social media, and pick a winner. Don’t forget to post a glimpse of what the giveaway is! This will surely motivate people to follow you and take part in the giveaway.

Festive Blog-athon

Blogging and vlogging are quite the rage! People love to know what you’re up to! Keep in the theme and write about new latest listings, your neighborhood expertise, and the upcoming events, and keep them going! Don’t forget to market your content on social media!

Christmas Card

Be it an e-card or a postcard! People just can’t resist Christmas cards! You can find hundreds of free templates on the Internet to create your own card. Better yet, hire a pro to help you out. Don’t forget to include your signature and logo because you are marketing your business! You can also request for testimonials in return!


Your readers definitely want to know what the latest market trends are. Set up a monthly newsletter where you can mail your readers exactly that, along with your most recent listings so they can get a first look at the properties.

The list goes on!

If you’re having trouble finding the perfect holiday gift for your clients or marketing your business, look no further!

With all of that said, don’t forget to catch a breath and enjoy the festivities!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!