If you were to receive 12 Days of Christmas gifts, to help you with blogging and promotion, what would they be?
I’ve compiled this list from the, always tempting, PAC resources.
I love Christmas, with its spirit of goodwill and all the glittery things. Even so, I breathe a sigh of relief when Christmas Day arrives and all the shopping, wrapping, decorating, cleaning and baking is over. Can you relate to that? I thoroughly decorate the tree, house and garden. I suspect the family think I do it for my youngest son, but they’re only partly right. I enjoy the chance to bring out my silly side.
I didn’t add up the price of the 12 days of gifts below but Huffington Post, in ” The ’12 Days Of Christmas’ Costs How Much Now?!? “, tells us the price of the original song items this year: $155,407.18!
The 12 Days of Christmas – Blogger Style
Here we go. Hang onto your holly, jingle those bells, and grab a cup of Christmas cheer, as you read 12 things to get bloggers excited this Christmas.
- One year subscription to Get Response
- Two Premium Genesis Child Themes
- Three site Optimize Press Theme package
- Four WordPress Plugins – CommentLuv Premium, Lead Rocket, Instabuilder, and one you recommend?)
- Five Facebook Ads
- Six Traffic Monsoon Login Ads
- Seven Lords a Leaping – just because I’d like to see that.
- Eight weeks of PAC 5% Club hangouts
- Nine Coaching Programs
- Ten Months of Siteground Business Cloud Hosting
- Eleven Marketing Books from e-books.com
- Twelve $5 PAC Gigs
I know these don’t fit in with the music but that was just to hard to do. Apart from the 5% club and gigs, (and the 7 leaping lords of course) you can find the items listed above on the PAC Shopping page.
If like me you’ve already bought some of these 12, please join in and add your own blogging Christmas wishes – realistic or not. I know I could add many more, including a whole host of Photoshop add ins, and personal mentoring by Problogger, Darren Rowse, and Social Media expert Adrienne Smith.
Do you trim a tree and the house? What are your favorite decorations? Mine are a very old plastic tree bauble that graced our family tree when I was young, and those made by my children.
I leave you with this quote by Agnes M. Pharo:
“What is Christmas?
It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future.
It is a fervent wish that every cup may overflow with blessings rich and eternal,
and that every path may lead to peace.”
I wish you a wonderful Christmas and a happy, productive, and successful year ahead.
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