Visit site thexmasfactor.com and enter your name/your friend’s/colleague’s/boss’s twitter name in and see how xmassy their tweets are.
As the site puts it – “Have you got the Xmas Factor?”
The site searches that person’s tweets for various Christmassy phrases, then displays all the results from the people you search for on a leaderboard. If you use the #xmasfactor hash tag or talk to @xmasfactor it ups your chances of your tweet getting nominated as festive. Otherwise I imagine just writing “christmas” will do well for you. So far though, I score zero on both my accounts.
One way to ensure your colleagues/friends join in your seasonal tweeting is to set up an xmassy tweet league perhaps with a prize for the most and least xmassy tweeters. Maybe a good prize. I’d definitely include the word “christmas” in my tweets if alcohol was involved.
Twitter apps that let you work out what words you tweet (most or least) have been around for a while. But this is quite a fun idea and introducing the league element is fun for small groups of social tweeters.
The Xmas Factor