Small Business, Social Media
With May just around the corner, it’s time to start planning your social media posts.
From Mother’s Day to National Volunteer Week, this month is full of important events you should be recognising as an Australian small business. We even include ideas for social media posts, reels and blogs.
Start planning now and download our FREE May Content Planner here.
If you follow the link above, you will also find we have included some free post templates you can modify to suit your business when creating social media content in May.
World Asthma Day is organised by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) to raise awareness of asthma worldwide. The theme for 2023 is “Asthma Care for All”, which promotes the development and implementation of effective asthma management programs in all countries.
Star Wars Day is a celebration of the Star Wars media franchise. The day is held on the 4th of May every year because it sounds like the well-known Star Wars catchphrase, “May the Force be with you.”
World Laughter Day is about celebrating laughter, smiling and all things positive. It’s a day dedicated to sharing jokes, having fun and spreading some joy throughout your community.
Many Australians celebrate Mother’s Day on the second Sunday of May by showing their appreciation for the efforts and achievements of their mothers and mother figures.
As the event is celebrated with presents, cards and dining-out, this event has evolved into a big business opportunity for retailers. Be sure to organise your marketing strategy in advance, so you can reach customers in your local area before Mother’s Day arrives.
National Volunteer Week is Australia’s largest annual celebration of volunteering. The event recognises the crucial support volunteers provide to their communities and encourages people to consider getting involved.
World Baking Day is celebrated annually to spread the joy of cooking all around the world, especially to those who perhaps don’t bake too often. The day is also intended to show how baking can be a fun way to spend time with family and friends.
Endangered Species Day involves celebrating, learning about and taking action to protect threatened and endangered species. There are over 80 critically endangered native species here in Australia at risk of becoming extinct in the near future.
Let this day be a reminder to tie in your businesses approach to sustainability and doing your part for our wildlife.
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