@YogaConcept shared a lovely Christmas gift under 50 euros, saving shoppers time by making pricing clear.
Share stress-busting tips
Focus on how you can help people and make their life easier as their minds shift to meal prepping, hosting and last-minute party outfits. If your product or service can take the stress out of Christmas plans or help to relax consumers as they rush around, then this should shine-through in all of your messaging. Consider product tutorials, recipes, decoration ideas, and outfit inspiration that enable customers to make quick, easy buying decisions.
#RecipeoftheWeek: Gingerbread cookies
Pepperkaker are arguably the most popular cookies in Norway and they also make a pretty #Christmas decoration when tied with ribbons. pic.twitter.com/rn6v810UxY
— Viking Cruises UK (@VikingCruisesUK) December 15, 2017
@VikingCruisesUK shared a lovely gingerbread recipe with followers along with some tips on how to turn them into a decoration.
Keep it personal
December is a great month to strengthen ties. People love coming to Twitter to reach out and connect with brands, so use this time to build a personal rapport.