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4 Reasons to Use International Days on Social Media

If you are are stuck on ideas to use on social media for your business, here is one for you… International days!
You will be spoilt for choice as there is an awareness or a celebratory day for pretty much everything and they happen almost every day ‘International Ninja Day’ anyone? (5th December if you are interested by the way!) If you are wondering why you should use them in your social media strategy, read on and let me help.

They Can Be Unique to Your Business

So, unless you are a Ninja, I’m guessing International Ninja Day won’t be of interest to you, but there are plenty to choose from and you are sure to find something that relates to your business and is unique to you. Check out www.awarenessdays.com as this is a handy way to see what is coming up and pick out the ones which best suit your business or your message.

Your Audience Will Relate

If you pick and choose your international day posts wisely or make a post which is particularly funny or interesting around it, your audience will relate and potentially share your posts. Of course your followers want to hear about you, your business, your products or what you have coming up, but adding in relatable posts like international days adds something different and interesting into the mix.

Schedule in Advance

One of the best things about using awareness days in your social media is that you can look ahead for the month, or even the year if you wanted to get really organised and mark off the ones which are of interest to you. That is your social media sorted for those days and you could even get them scheduled up well in advance so you don’t have to worry about them throughout the year.

Show You Care & Raise Awareness

International days are a good opportunity to raise awareness to things close to your heart or things that mean a lot to your business and also show that you and your business care about certain topics. This will build trust and affinity with your audience.

I hope this blog helped, but If you know you need to up your game when it comes to social media for your business and don’t know where to start or just can’t find the time, why not start with a one-on-one call with me to discuss your strategy?