Christmas for most is presents and jingles, but for social media marketers, it’s a season of frenzy. Social media is brand’s top choice to engage and celebrate holiday season with their customers. Here’s Keyhole’s roundup of the most noteworthy christmas hashtag campaigns.

Before revealing the top Christmas hashtag campaigns, you can use our tool to analyze any hashtag you want on Twitter or Instagram:

1. Ted Baker’s #TedsElfie

Company: Ted Baker

Project Lead: Poke London

Campaign:

The aim of the social campaign was to bring Ted Baker’s Christmas in-store activity to life, through an innovative digital activation, and hence the Instagram campaign launched – the hunt to find Ted elves who, after a night of festivities, had gone missing.

With their partner agency, Ted Baker created 32 Instagram accounts to create a festive game where customers hunted for prizes and elves.

Results:

  • Over 37k interactions across the campaign
  • 14.5k competition entries
  • Press coverage in key publications

 

2. UPS #WishesDelivered

Company: UPS Campaign: Wishes Delivered is a crowd-sourced donation based promotion that’s tied to making the wishes of a few of their customers come true. Customers were encouraged to upload their holiday wishes using the hashtag #wishesdelivered. Lucky winners had their wishes granted by UPS. Furthermore, every wish uploaded using the #wishesdelivered hashtag, UPS donated $1 to the Boys & Girls Club of America, The Salvation Army and Toys for Tots, for up to a $100K maximum donation. They are continuing their campaign this year! Participate here: https://wishesdelivered.ups.com/#share

Results:
          • 40,000 #wishesdelivered hashtag mentions

 

 

          • 80+ PR stories published

 

 

          • 3.5M video views

 

 

3. Air Canada’s #ACGiftofHome

Company: Air Canada

Campaign:

Air Canada’s #ACGiftofHome gave “Canadians living abroad one of the best gifts imaginable.” According to the brand, Canadians living in London frequent a bar called the Maple Leaf to “gather for a taste of home.” In the video, two Air Canada pilots enter the pub and give roundtrip tickets to everyone to go back to Canada for the holiday season. The campaign invites consumers to follow their stories with #ACgiftofhome

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4. Kate Spade’s #MissAdventure 

Company: Kate Spade Campaign:  The campaign called #MissAdventure, consists of four 3 minute videos, which reminiscent of 50-60’s era movies, with the heroine overcoming the rather boring situation with a luxurious, fashionable flair. Armed with a plethora of Kate Spade products, Kendrick brings her wry sense of humor and all-American, girl-next-door style to the social videos; at one point throwing several outfits at once and carrying on conversations with her dog.

things get interesting when @annakendrick47 unexpectedly dines alone in #missadventure episode 3, “the best company.” A video posted by kate spade new york (@katespadeny) on

 

5. John Lewis #ManOnTheMoon

Company: John Lewis Partner Agencies: Adam & Eve/DDB & Manning Gottlieb OMD Campaign: The newest edition from their last winning holiday campaign, #MontythePenguin, John Lewis does it again.  The Man on the Moon is a story of the man on the moon and a young girl who spots him through her telescope.  According to Marketing Magazine, Craig Inglis, customer director at John Lewis said: “Our Christmas advert is once again all about going the extra mile to give someone the perfect gift. This year though, the story is told in a uniquely creative and engaging way as we see Lily, our heroine, go to great lengths to connect with the Man on the Moon. We hope it inspires people to find really special gifts for their loved ones and through our partnership with Age UK, raises awareness of the issue of loneliness amongst older people and encourages others to support in any way they can. Visit their campaign landing page here: http://www.johnlewis.com/christmas-advert   Results: 137,000 Twitter mentions, 13,200 extra followers the launch week, and 16M video views to date. 

Find out how we really put a man on the moon #ManOnTheMoon

A video posted by John Lewis (@johnlewisretail) on

Don’t you just #love a #johnlewis #delivery #whatsinthebox #gifts for giving #manonthemoon @johnlewisretail xx

A photo posted by Keelielizabeth (@keelielizabeth) on

What are your favorite holiday Social Media campaigns? Let us know by commenting below!


 

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When we market events like Content Marketing World, MarketingProfs B2B Forum and others, Keyhole helps us track use of the event hashtag and which influencers are engaging. The Keyhole dashboard has been very helpful for reporting on the impact we’ve had at influencing influencers as they publish content around an event using the hashtag. Keyhole definitely frees up time from manual monitoring and has contributed to the growth of our social footprint. - Lee Odden, TopRank Marketing Founder

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My office uses Keyhole for analytics. Good price, great conversation monitor. Saves me at least 5 hours a week. - Aurora Meyer, University of Missouri Adjunct Professor

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