It’s already 2021 and we strongly believe everybody is excited. The new year means opportunities, a fresh start, and a new mindset.
After careful researches and evaluation, we’ve grouped the most famous and important holidays. They’ll help fire up your social media feed.
It’s a tradition now – Publer shares monthly social media holiday calendars to its subscribers to help them inspire for future posts.
Here come the January Holidays!
This January, almost every day is a holiday. There’s a dedicated #hashtag to each holiday. They will help you organize a better social media feed.
Many holidays may help you prepare for the launch of a new feature or product. Take January 2nd as an example. National Motivation and Inspiration Day. This might be the day you host an international webinar so that everyone who is interested in learning and listening to motivational speeches can join. That would help everyone kick off with the right foot the so-called – NEW YEAR.
If you’re a bakery or own a similar business, there’s the January 4th, 5th, 19th, 20th, 23rd, 24th, 30th. Respectively National Spaghetti Day, Whipped Cream Day, National Popcorn Day, Cheese Lovers Day, National Pie Day, Peanut Butter Day, and Croissant Day. Whew, I did it.
Social media holidays are the ultimate marketing tricks you can use to boost your audience. Seems unbelievable. In fact, it’s the fastest way to reach as many people as possible. That’s true – because using trending #hashtags will help rank your posts among multiple ones and get noticed!
Are you ready to become a rock-star this year? Some quick tips:
- Taylor up your posts by sharing free stock images you can easily find on Unsplash right within Publer. You can find tons of relevant free images that will shine up your feed and curate a better online presence for you.
- Not finding what you’re looking for? Well, take your Canva account into consideration! Create thumb-stopping Canva illustrations and save them directly to your Media Library on Publer. Yes, you know you can do that!
Reasons why you should use Social Media Holidays for your next posts:
- Boost audience
- Reach potential customers
- Fill your social media feed and never (ever) worry about what to post
Here’s to a healthy 2021! 🥂