Tips for organizing your own social media campaign
- Develop content around the theme. Plan your posts in advance. Create a calendar with the posts and channels where they will be shared. Use content that is easy to share and develop different formats (short stories, videos, etc.). For maximum impact, share the right hashtags.
- Choose the most relevant channels for your audience to make sure they will engage with your content
- Have a clear call to action: your audience probably wants to support you, just let them know how: share a story, post a picture in red, etc.
- Comment on World Hemophilia Day threads
- Tag friends who would be interested in learning more about your experience with hemophilia
- On Facebook, share your posts in private groups to increase reach and visibility
- On Twitter, tag personalities you would like to make aware of hemophilia
#WorldHemophiliaDay is April 17! Show your support to get #TreatmentforAll by sharing this infographic!
#WorldHemophiliaDay is about celebrating the bleeding disorders community. Retweet/share if someone in your family is living with #hemophilia #WHD2019
Would your doctor know if you had #hemophilia? Take our quiz today! #WHD2019 #identification is the first step to care!
This year, I am showing my support for #WorldHemophiliaDay, a day that is very important for me and over 400,000 of people across the world. #Lifeinred (upload a photo) #WHD2019
Today, I am sharing a picture in red to show support for a disease very dear to my heart! Please do the same by sharing a photo of yourself or your organization in red! #WorldHemophiliaDay #WHD2019
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