Share your MLK Day Stories with Social Media
Posted by on January 07, 2013
Would you or others in your organization like to share your MLK Day story with a national audience via social media? If you Tweet, post to Facebook, or take digital photos, you can help tell the national MLK Day story by sharing information about your MLK Day projects. Attached please find a document called Telling Your MLK Day Story via Social Media. The document includes:
· tips on Telling Your Story in words or photos via social media
· information on sharing the MLK Day story using Facebook and Twitter
· information on sharing photos
· instructions (if needed) on setting up a social media account and a mobile phone
You can begin now by Tweeting or posting information about your MLK Day plans and on MLK Day, you can share up-to-the-minute information and photos your project.
By sharing information and photos via social media for MLK Day, you will help create a snapshot of the great service that goes on across the country on MLK Day and throughout the year.
If you will be using social media to share your MLK Day story, please let me know by emailing me the following information about those within your organization who plan to share information via social media. Please provide only those sites that you plan to use for posting information.
· Twitter Handle (e.g. @MLKDay)
· Twitter URL (e.g. twitter.com/MLKDay)
· Facebook page (e.g. facebook.com/MLKDay)
· Plan to Share Photos? Yes or No
· Other _______
Bernard S. Brown
State Program Director
Corporation for National and Community Service
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