Digital Marketing, Social Media
The new year is fast approaching, and we have a content calendar that will get you off to a great start once it arrives.
From Global Belly Laugh Day to World Braille Day, January has a range of both fun and important days you can recognise on your social media. Take a moment now to prepare your social content for January and save yourself some much-needed time to relax these holidays.
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If you follow the link, you will find we have included some free post templates you can modify to suit your business when creating social media content in January.
Surprise, surprise — New Year’s Day is celebrated on the first day of the new year, as the name hints.
Throughout Australia, the public holiday is celebrated with midnight fireworks and festivities with loved ones. This is an excellent opportunity for businesses to start the year off right with their customers, as many Australians use this day to make resolutions and goals for the year ahead.
World Braille Day is recognised on the 4 January to honour the birth of the inventor of Braille, Louis Braille. The day raises awareness of the importance of Braille as a means of communication, which has brightened the lives of millions of people globally who are blind or visually impaired. Treat this day as a reminder to ensure your business caters for these people.
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is specifically dedicated to raising awareness and prevention of the persistent issue of human trafficking. More than 30 million people are suspected to be currently enslaved across the world, and this number is growing.
Who doesn’t love a good belly laugh? On Global Belly Laugh Day, laughing and smiling are encouraged and celebrated. As positive laughter fuels positive energy, creativity and connection, take advantage of this day to connect with and make a positive impression on your followers.
National Opposite Day celebrates a fun day where you can say the opposite of what you actually mean. This is an excellent opportunity to make those around you laugh by saying the opposite of what you would usually say. Even if you work in retail, you could share on social media that you are NOT having a sale for opposite day.
Australia Day is acknowledged every year on the 26 January as a public holiday. It is important to remember this day is a sensitive topic for many and opposing sides can become heated on social media. So, keep this in mind when creating your social content for the day.
Data Privacy Day is a necessary reminder at the beginning of each year to make safeguarding our personal information a priority. Although our offline and online lives continue to blend, most of us give little thought to our data privacy until after our personal information has been comprised.
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