10 Things To Post On Social Media In February

Maintaining a consistent posting schedule on social media — whether it’s writing blog posts, or sharing updates on social media channels — can be a challenge.

When I teach social media classes, I always recommend creating a social media calendar. By doing this, you will have a ready supply of things to share on social media.

To help you plan your content in advance, I’m going to highlight some events happening this month which you can add to your calendar.

February usually centers around Valentine’s Day but there are so many other events you can leverage with a little imagination.

See which of the following awareness days you could build engagement around. You could write a blog post, or create a video or graphic, and then share it on Twitter and Instagram with the relevant hashtag.

Have some fun with these — but do make sure whatever you create and share fits with your brand!

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Feb 2. Sunday, Groundhog Day #GroundhogDay

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Feb 4. Tuesday, World Cancer Day #WorldCancerDay

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Feb 8. Saturday, National Boy Scouts Day #BoyScoutsDay

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Feb 9. Sunday, National Pizza Day #NationalPizzaDay

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Feb 11. Tuesday, Safer Internet Day #SID2020

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Feb 11. Tuesday, Inventors Day #InventorsDay

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Feb 13. Thursday, World Radio Day #WorldRadioDay

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Feb 14. Friday, Valentine’s Day #ValentinesDay

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Feb 17. Monday, Random Acts of Kindness Day #RandomActsOfKindnessDay

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Feb 25. Tuesday, Mardi Gras #MardiGras

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I feel sure you’ll find something to share on one or more of these days. Tag me on Twitter @JBBC if you do and I’ll include you in this list.

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Social Media Consultant. Keynote Speaker. Digital Storyteller. https://hcsmmonitor.com

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