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Should Your Site Celebrate?
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • Should Your Site Celebrate?
  • Bah! The Humbugs
  • Politically Correct
  • The Calendar Year

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    Should Your Site Celebrate? - Politically Correct

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    As far as phrases and clichés go, politically correct still doesn’t have the same history as, for instance, an apple a day… But this is one phrase that’s much more than a simple cliché or common saying. In today’s modern times, politically correct is a way of life - and it’s something Webmasters have to remember to observe at all times. Yes, even during all the various holiday seasons.

    When it comes time to celebrate certain holidays, things can start to get sticky for Webmasters who want to stay in everyone’s good graces. Even acknowledging certain days on a massive level can potentially create sparks or bad feelings among a site’s visitors, and this is not at all the sort of thing you want for your pages. It may be very politically correct to simply ignore the holidays, but it’s not always the wisest thing for your site, traffic-wise.

    The truth is, Web traffic is celebrating certain seasons and holiday themes, too. And they’re online looking for tips, advice, ideas and bargains designed to help them make that celebration a little brighter, better and much more affordable for their personal budgets. There’s a ton of juicy holiday traffic out there, and your site could certainly stand to be a part of all this happy page-clicking cheer.

    But if you’re going to celebrate holidays on your site, politically correct has to be your main design concern.

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