We want to live vicariously through your LIVESTRONG Day, so we’ve put together a few avenues for you to update us, your friends and the world about your efforts. LIVESTRONG LOVES social media and we know you do too. Below are ways you can share LIVESTRONG Day online:
Update your Facebook Status:
Go to Your Facebook Page and update your status to something like this:
And if you haven’t already, become a fan of LIVESTRONG and write on our wall.
Tweet it Up:
Today is LIVESTRONG Day. Support health care reform & sign the petition www.livestrongaction.org#LIVESTRONG
It’s LIVESTRONG Day. Share a cancer story. Attend an event. Get involved in the fight against cancer TODAY http://bit.ly/11Aw8z#LIVESTRONG
I support the 28 million people affected by cancer! I’m celebrating LIVESTRONG. Go to http://bit.ly/11Aw8z to get involved TODAY #LIVESTRONG
Upload Your Videos to YouTube:
Take video at your event, interview those affected by cancer and upload to YouTube. Tag The video “LIVESTRONG” so that we can find it. This is how you tag a video:
Upload Photos to Flickr:
Take TONS of pictures at your event. Upload them to www.flickr.com and tag them as LIVESTRONG so that we can find them. This is how you tag a photo in Flickr:
If you blog, post the link in the comments section here. We are really looking forward to hearing all about your LIVESTRONG Day efforts!
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Today is LIVESTRONG day, a global day of action to raise awareness in our communities about the fight against cancer.
Over on the LIVESTRONG blog there is a really helpful post where their online community evangelist, Brook McMillan shares how people can contribute and get involved.
It’s a great example of the kind of post you too could write to encourage engagement with your community to support your non profit cause or your brand online.
What other example have you seen where a non profit has encouraged their ambassadors to support them through platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or YouTube for a specific day or campaign?