Christmas Challenge – We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Christmas eCards and Facebook Greetings

       

You could show your appreciation of your online friends by sending Christmas greetings by email, via a Christmas eCard or your Social Networking Sites.

Facebook Applications:

Other Social Networks

Find a good Christmassy webpage or video and send it as a shout to your Stumbleupon, to your Digg/ MyBlogLog/BlogCatalog or other social network contacts. Let them know that it is not for a thumbs up or a vote but a seasonal greeting.

While we are talking of thumbs up, I would like to send one to a blogger, virtual assistant and author I admire, Kathie Thomas, for spreading Christmas cheer on her Much About Melbourne blog. As you are extremely likely not to live in Melbourne you may be more familiar with some of her other blogs, as listed on Technorati.

Elf Yourself:

I thought this deserved a special mention. If you have a little bit of free time, a musical animated Elf yourself creation produces an amusing and well appreciated Christmas greeting. You can your own images for the faces of the dancing elves.

E Cards:

As with many of the Christmas graphics sites, my search for good e-card sites would be useful for Santa in working out who had been naughty or nice. Some of them would not deserve his nocturnal visit this year. Sites that are using Christmas keywords when they shouldn’t, invasive pop-ups and a whole host of sites that activated Firefox WOT extension warning notices, which I did not ignore.

There are many legitimate sites that offer a small selection of cards but I have stuck to those that give you the widest choices in the list below:

If you know of any other good Christmas resources let me know and join in my Blogging Christmas Challenge at the same time. I will show my appreciation with a link to your site on my Christmas Page

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I am Sue Bride, a Professional Blogger, Web Developer and Internet Marketer from the Mornington Peninsula, Australia. Here I talk about tools and resources for Blogging, Social Media, Networking, Wordpress, SEO, Images and Marketing. I create Wordpress sites for charity and small business.

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23 Comments

  1. Posted December 16, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the links… I’m so happy it’s Christmas time. There’s even snow on the ground! My favorite time of year…

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  2. Posted December 17, 2008 at | Permalink

    I’m liking the Christmas theme!

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  3. Posted December 17, 2008 at | Permalink

    I love your blog header…such a festive site this week…it’s making me feel bad about not getting my Christmas shopping done though.

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    • Posted December 17, 2008 at | Permalink

      Thanks Simon – there is a whole week left until Christmas! I have not been out to do any shopping yet, only done online ordering so far.

  4. Posted December 18, 2008 at | Permalink

    You always seams on time and at the right time with everything, so again thanks for sharing this great collection and tips.

    I use some of them, but more and more I use Plaxo and send them directly from my contact list in Outlook.

    RennyBAs last blog post..Celebrating Liv Ullman 70 years from Norway

    • Posted December 27, 2008 at | Permalink

      How do you use Plaxo to send them directly from your contact list in Outlook?

  5. Posted December 18, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi,
    Love your post, also love facebook.
    I am now going to go and elf myself.
    Here’s wishing you and your family a verry Merry Christmas.

  6. Posted December 18, 2008 at | Permalink

    Nice touch. ❗

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  7. Posted December 19, 2008 at | Permalink

    nice post. keep the good work.. 😛

  8. Posted December 19, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like Xmas cards, and Xmas everything! :) I also like the idea of spreading cheer – I only wish we would do it all year long.

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  9. Posted December 25, 2008 at | Permalink

    We had a lot of fun with ElfYourself last night! I love that site!!

    From our gnome to yours, Merry Christmas!

    drivelocitys last blog post..Merry Christmas!

  10. Posted January 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    Congratulations, thanks.

    Happy 2009.

  11. Posted January 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    I like the xmas cards very much. Have a very Happy New Year!

  12. Posted January 15, 2009 at | Permalink

    It’s funny, I have a few friends who now live in America, and I seem to get more e-cards from them…

    Are e-cards more common over there or what?

    Like my friend Dave who used to fit Granite Worktops with me moved over to Florida and now he’s started sending e-cards and he never really used to use a pc lol

    Andy 😀

  13. Posted March 5, 2009 at | Permalink

    You’ve got nice looking Christmas pictures. Thanks for the share

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  14. Posted June 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    Sueblimely has some greatChristmas resourcesfor wishing your friends and family a wonderful Christmas using the internet.

  15. Posted August 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    Awesome Christmas post, actually Christmas is right around the corner again, so I will definitely remember to check back here to use some of these facebook greetings =D

    Till then,

    Jean

  16. Posted October 23, 2009 at | Permalink

    It’s funny, I have a few friends who now live in America, and I seem to get more e-cards from them…

  17. Posted October 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thank you for such a comprehensive list. Will come in handy as Christmas is around the corner.

  18. Posted December 14, 2009 at | Permalink

    hi
    happy new year
    tahnks for friends
    .-= evdeneve´s last blog ..Balnak Evden eve =-.

  19. Posted December 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    Yes, E-cards, E-greetings are more easiest way to give on the holidays… It’s accepted and I think all those who are internet savvy are sending e-products…
    It is the most efficient and the cheapiest way to give greetings to your friends and to your special someone or even your relatives and your family far away from you…

    Even I, I do received e-greetings from my friends…

    Thanks for the information!!!
    .-= Valentines Card, Valentine Game´s last blog ..Crafts Valentine =-.

  20. Posted January 19, 2010 at | Permalink

    I love your blog header…such a festive site this week…it’s making me feel bad about not getting my Christmas shopping done though.

  21. Posted June 10, 2010 at | Permalink

    Yes, e-cards are indeed important in say a congratulations to someone, because we can send them directly via email, let alone saying it can be directly received by the person we provide safe and faster than using postal mail

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