How to Optimize Your Blog for Christmas – The Complete Series

christmasA number of people have asked to see links to the complete series of posts on Fine Tuning Your Blog for Christmas in the one post – so here you have it – all 13 tips side by side. Enjoy:

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  1. Richard says:

    It might not hurt to add a small festive image or icon for the season ;) Just don’t leave it up thru Jan.

  2. James says:

    Hey thanks for the great series Darren. Those are some great tips and alot for use anytime of the year. I especially like the designer borders tip, I’ve started seeing a number of these on different sites and they really seem to blend well without the traditional “hidden” blending affect.

  3. Marti says:

    I was fortunate to have a good friend design a new Christmas template for me.. It has gotten a nice comment from nearly everyone who has visited since it’s been up!

    Best wishes to you and all of your readers for a joyous holiday season!

  4. Hi Darren great post, I forgot a couple things that were in the article.

    also you are right about Amazon I am an affiliate for both the UK and the American site

  5. Joe says:

    Time to go ahead and do this!!!!

  6. Leon says:

    Thanks for this. I’ve heard of this Christmas optimization thing and have long wanted to try it.

  7. Shama Hyder says:

    I will be doing lots of posts on leveraging the Christmas season to market your business!


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