12 Free Gifts: Your Holiday Marketing Starts Right Here

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It’s almost December.

No, really. Go look at your calendar. It says September, and that means the winter holiday season is only two months away.

Yikes.

You’ll have emails to send! Sales to run! Gifts to sell! Shipping dates to make! Are you feeling freaked out right now?

Don’t worry. We have all the resources you need all in one place at our 12 Days Of Holiday Marketing site.

We’ve got 12 gifts waiting for you – all fresh, never-been-published content to help you start the 2013 holiday season right. You’ll get to unwrap one new gift each day for the next 12 days and your holiday marketing plans will be well on their way to completion.

Sit by the fire with your favorite blanket and a mug of cocoa (or at least visualize it), and let’s get this bright marketing season started.

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5 Comments

  1. Jim

    Kudos guys, you really know how to make content that’s worth sharing.

    9/4/2013 3:15 pm
  2. Nice. Anything i can use to improve my email marketing and internet marketing efforts, i’m all for it. Thanks for the free gifts… nice graphics too.

    9/6/2013 1:45 pm
  3. Jan

    hello Aweber folks, thank you for trying to be helpful…but i’d just like to point out, as an Australian, that although Christmas is coming, it will be summer here… so I’m wondering whether you want to appeal to a global reader, or (just) a northern-hemisphere one?! Christmas here means barbecues on the beach, air conditioning, ices and definitely no cocoa nor blankets :)
    I’d like to see more online marketing content aimed at us southern hemisphere dwellers….
    Thanks

    9/9/2013 12:50 am
  4. Thank you for always sharing quality content! Definitely appreciate the effort you all put into this!

    9/13/2013 8:53 pm
  5. Thank you guys for this amazing content. One request though. Day 9 has a presentation that is in an Apple Keynote format and will not open in PowerPoint. Now I have to go find someone with keynote and have them convert it for me. In the future, could we have both file formats, or maybe PowerPoint since it opens in both programs.

    10/10/2013 5:59 pm