4 Quick Social Media Ideas for the 4th of July

Posted by Erin Meyer on Jun 30, 2016 11:53:51 PM

Image(s) courtesy VintageHolidayCrafts.comBefore "going off" for the holiday weekend, take a moment to think about your social media activity. As we often say, one of the keys to social media  savvy is regular posting. Here are four super quick ideas for a last minute Fourth of July social media post:

1. Ask your followers how they will celebrate. 

People tend to love sharing their plans on social media. Invite your followers to share their plans or plug local events for the 4th.

2. Post some fascinating trivia about Independence Day.

Everyone enjoys taking a little break to be enlightened by some fast facts - especially when they are timely. Here are a few informative posts where you can grab a "did you know" fact or two:

Interesting Things About the Fourth of July

July 4th Quiz

3. Create your own Happy Fourth of July Social Media Meme

Memes are everywhere! You can easily make your own 4th of July meme or graphic that reflects the spirit of the day and your business. Here are some great creative resources:

Amazingly Simple Graphic Design Software – Canva - This is a great online tool that helps you generate impressive designs for Web or print. You will need to create a quick login (all you need is a name, email address and a password).

Free 4th of July Clip Art - if you are just in need of an image, this article lists some fun and free sources.

4. Share a link to some interesting Fourth of July content

You don't necessarily have to come up with your own original material. As long as you credit the source, and do not claim it as your own, you can share something great. After all, who doesn't like someone who shares?

The History Channel has some great content, including July 4th videos and a great 4th of July by the Numbers Infographic.

However you will be celebrating the holiday, the Upright Communications team wishes you a safe and enjoyable Independence Day!

Image(s) courtesy VintageHolidayCrafts.com

Topics: Social Media