Christmas is the biggest festival in the Christian World. Families are getting together to celebrate Christmas. Christmas gives us many opportunities to show our best wishes to our family, friends and colleagues. It is time for celebration because of happiness, peace, harmony and love. Let’s find what can be the best professional messages about Christmas.
Use a few happy sentiments
The best messages about Christmas are the ones that have the happiest sentiments. And the best way to find those messages is to focus on the happy sentiments, not on the words.
What are the happy sentiments that most people appreciate at Christmas? A few possibilities: peace, love, family, sisterhood, brotherhood, togetherness, community, friendship, kindness. And here are some examples of messages with those sentiments:
“This Christmas I am most grateful for my sisters.”
“I wish everyone the most joyous holiday season filled with family & friends!”
“You can’t experience Christmas without your family.”
“Let’s take a moment to share our joys and happiness with each other this Christmas.”
But what if you want a message that doesn’t have “Jesus” or “God” in it? Maybe you’re a secular organization or just not that religious. In that case you can still find a few sentiments that will appeal to nonbelievers: peace, love, family, sisterhood, brotherhood, togetherness. And here are some examples of messages using those ideas:
“On this happy holiday season let us show gratitude for our families and friends.”
“Let’s celebrate this holiday season by being kind to one another.”
Make your message short and sweet
Sending a message to thousands of people is a great way to get the word out about your product or service. But how do you know what to say? What should your message be?
The best professional messages all have the same structure. They are short, they are personal, and they give people a reason to act.
That’s it. Don’t go on any longer than that. Messages should be short, sweet, and personal. And they should tell people what they should do next.
Of course, this is just the beginning of the process of getting your message out there. You should also think about how you are going to deliver that message — where you will send it, who will see it, and how often people will be exposed to it. But the first step in creating any successful communication is figuring out what your message will say.
Make sure to include the brand name
Even though the first communication regarding an event is through informal communication channels, such as social media, it’s still important to make sure you have a professional communication strategy in place. This will not only make you look professional, but it will also help keep your brand consistent across all your communications.
The most important thing to remember is that your message should always include the name of your business.
Most of the most popular professional messages around Christmas focus on families. This is a good strategy, because people shopping for presents are often thinking about friends and family members who want to give gifts.
Make sure that you don’t leave anyone out, including the most important person in your family. Whether you’re talking about presents or the holidays, remember every good gift is wrapped with a bow and has YOUR name on it.
You can also personalize your cards by adding a logo or pictures from your company. If you’re in business, consider including a coupon for your products or services. Most professional photographers offer holiday packages that give customers a discount if they order early.
You can also distribute flyers at local businesses that advertise upcoming promotions or events in exchange for an ad on the back of cards you send out.