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A Christmas Carol for Bloggers Everywhere

A smart blogger once said you shouldn’t publish new content during the holidays.

And while that’s great advice, sometimes you have to break the rules and do something simply for the joy of it.

So here’s a familiar Christmas carol remixed for bloggers everywhere.

I hope you enjoy it. :-)

12 Days of Christmas (The Blogger’s Remix)

On the first day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

A boost in authority.

On the second day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the third day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the fourth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the fifth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the sixth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the seventh day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Seven clients calling.
Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the eighth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Eight affiliates earning.
Seven clients calling.
Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the ninth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Nine readers raving.
Eight affiliates earning.
Seven clients calling.
Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the tenth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Ten spammers sobbing.
Nine readers raving.
Eight affiliates earning.
Seven clients calling.
Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the eleventh day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Eleven experts enlightening.
Ten spammers sobbing.
Nine readers raving.
Eight affiliates earning.
Seven clients calling.
Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

On the twelfth day of Christmas my blogging gave to me…

Twelve strangers sharing.
Eleven experts enlightening.
Ten spammers sobbing.
Nine readers raving.
Eight affiliates earning.
Seven clients calling.
Six blogs-a-linking.
FIVE SOLD THINGS!
Four power words.
Three famous friends.
Two “I totally love”s.
And a boost in authority.

Wishing all of our wonderful readers a very Merry Christmas from Jon and the rest of the Boost Blog Traffic team!

About the Author: Glen Long is the Managing Editor of Boost Blog Traffic and he had a ball writing this post. :-) Feeling festive? Wish him a Merry Christmas on Facebook or Twitter.

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About Henry Lake

Over 16 years of Internet Marketing experience with focus on list building. Enjoy sharing ideas with other marketers.

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