Christmas is coming and, with it, comes online shopping. More and more people are buying things through the web and receiving these products in the comfort of their homes. If you have an e-commerce website, it is more than likely that Christmas is very important for your business. With all this in mind, what are you doing to promote your site to stay ahead of the competition? What should you be doing to make your site a winner this Christmas? There’s no question that in order to take advantage of all the web traffic this time of year you must get your site to the top of Google and the major search engines. The answer is to SEO (Search Engine Optimization) your website for Christmas.
This is very funny, and very appropriate for the ending of Hannukah (Chanuka). The timing of this post also approaches Christmas. Funniest Judeo-Christian Interfaith video out there.
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Magen Boys Presents Hip Hop Chanukah with Chabad Flamingo! The video was shot in Downtown Toronto. In a word, these guys are nuts!
We originally posted this Chanuka video when it was launched and had maybe 30,000-40,000 hits in a three day span. Since the video launch on November 26th, it has garnered over 2 million views and is still going strong. Made by "The Maccabeats," a YU Acappela group that has since gotten calls to appear on CNN, the Jay Leno Show, and others.
It is fairly safe to assume that social media is here to stay. However think about the following: would the new generation be more apt to this new type of social interaction if they were trained on how to use social networking and media since they were babies?
The Finnish designers Janne Passi and Hannu Rippati from Palmu Inc, have created the IOBR, a concept of children's toys that use shapes and colors in a way that it educates toddlers on small social interactions early on.
In honour of the first day of Chanuka.
Since the launch of this video on YouTube, it has averaged approximately 10,000 hits a day.