Marketing Idea: Create a Holiday Greeting Video (with video examples)

Holiday Greeting Video Ideas: December Holidays

  • Wish your viewers a Happy Holiday, Seasons Greetings, or wish them the plethora of holidays that take place in December.
  • Show off the seasonal beauty of your workplace or campus.
  • Record a silly skit, with props, Santa hats, etc. Show your employees around the workplace or office: decorating, icing cookies, exchanging Secret Santa presents. Use speed motion to capture the hectic pace of the holidays for a humorous effect.
  • Record the haul of toys collected for Toys for Tots.
  • Record an appeal encouraging donations to your company’s charity.

Holiday Greeting Video Ideas: New Year’s Celebrations

  • Wish your viewers a Happy New Year.
  • Record a mini-annual report of your organization’s achievements, or reveal your goals and plans for the New Year.
  • Have your staff reveal their wishes for the New Year, or resolutions (keep it positive). How is your business going green? Being responsive to customer feedback and suggestions?
  • Relate your product or services to the notion of resolutions that will deliver convenience or quality to your customers or clients: This year, resolve to (benefit) by using (product or service).
  • Share a “10 Best of 2011” list of events or developments that are related to your industry.

Working with Fletcher Prince is a fun and affordable way to create holiday greeting videos for your company.  Please contact us if you would like us to produce a holiday greeeting video for you, and show you how to share it on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and through email communications. We would love to work with you!


About Mary Fletcher Jones

Mary Fletcher Jones is a public relations and marketing consultant, and owns Fletcher Prince ( Follow Mary on Twitter @FletcherPrince.

Posted on December 17, 2011, in Video, YouTube Video Tips and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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