Christmas SEO and Designs You Need for it

christmas seo

Christmas is almost around the corner and it’s high time to think about what you can do in terms Christmas SEO to drive more traffic to your site. You can actually check what people tend to search for in this season. That done, you should create relevant content in order to obtain natural rankings in Google, Bing, etc. Other than that, you may also want to launch products or services that make sense for the festive season that is coming. You’ll need attractive landing pages, newsletter designs or even complete site designs (WordPress templates) for that. The good news is that this post is going to help you with your Christmas SEO.

MistleToe – A Christmas Special Landing Page

MistleToe - A Christmas Special Landing Page

3D Christmas Bash

3D Christmas Bash

FeastMail 2 – Christmas Email Template

FeastMail 2 - Christmas Email Template

Simply Christmas 2

Simply Christmas

Christmas Landing Page

Christmas Landing Page

Auspicious Christmas Gifts

Auspicious Christmas Gifts

Christmas Season Email Template

Christmas Season Email Template

Clipsa – Christmas Coming Soon Page

Clipsa - Christmas Coming Soon Page

X’mas – Responsive Email Template

X'mas - Responsive Email Template

Festive2 – Christmas Newsletter Template

Festive2 - Christmas Newsletter Template

Christmas – Responsive Email Template

Christmas - Responsive Email Template

xLand – Exclusive Christmas / New Year Package

xLand - Exclusive Christmas / New Year Package

Noelle – Christmas Landing Page Template

Noelle - Christmas Landing Page Template

Responsive Merry Christmas OpenCart Theme

Responsive Merry Christmas OpenCart Theme

Christmas Lights

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About The Author

Kenneth

I love blogging about web design, web development, and SEO. In other words, all things web. I strongly believe that Wordpress combined with clever SEO is the best solution for most site owners on the Web.

  • Richard Heckel

    It’s a petty that I did not see this post a few months ago when I had a customer who wanted a Xmassy design (as he put it). I guess I’ll sign up to your newsletter so that I don’t miss a thing in the fugure.

    • Thanks for subscribing, Richard. I’ll be adding more roundups in the coming weeks. So, stay tuned 🙂