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The 12 Marketing Days Of Christmas

Merry ChristmasAs a thank you for reading our blogs and newsletters this year we want you to keep on reading as we bring you the marketing version of the 12 Days of Christmas!  

It seems only days ago that we were welcoming in 2014 and here we are on the brink of ushering it quietly out of the tradesman's entrance whilst we roll out the red carpet at the front door for 2015.

We'll no doubt have some time over the holiday period, in between searching for creative things to do with left-over turkey and searching through the Quality Street tin for the overlooked green triangle hidden amongst the spurned toffees and fudge, to look forward to the coming year. Look out for a slightly portly and over-indulged blog soon.

But first, we'd like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy and profitable New Year as you have a nip or two of your favourite Christmas tipple and sing along - you know the tune. 

 

The Twelve Marketing Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas my marketer sent to me a MailChimp newsletter


On the second day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter


On the third day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter


On the fourth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.


On the fifth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.


On the sixth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 6 infographics, 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.


On the seventh day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 7 landing pages, 6 Infographics, 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.


On the eighth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 8 Adwords campaigns, 7 landing pages, 6 Infographics, 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter .


On the ninth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 9 testimonials, 8 Adwords campaigns, 7 landing pages, 6 infographics, 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter .


On the tenth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 10 glossy brochures, 9 testimonials, 8 Adwords campaigns, 7 landing pages, 6 infographics, 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.


On the eleventh day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 11 press releases, 10 glossy brochures, 9 testimonials, 8 Adwords campaigns, 7 landing pages, 6 infographics, 5 Facebook, posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.


On the twelfth day of Christmas my marketer sent to me 12 customers spending, 11 press releases, 10 glossy brochures, 9 testimonials, 8 Adwords campaigns, 7 landing Pages, 6 infographics, 5 Facebook posts, 4 sales emails, 3 videos, 2 prospect lists and a MailChimp newsletter.

Happy New Year!

 

Holly

 
Jim Hunt AuthorJim Hunt is a professional marketer with many years experience in building businesses large and small. As a speaker, trainer and practitioner he aims to explain marketing theory clearly and show how it can be applied in practice to deliver better results from your marketing investment. You can connect with Jim on LinkedInFacebookTwitter and Google+.

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