Did you know yesterday was National Chocolate Day??? No? OMG you could have posted something awesome on your Instagram if you’d known and taken advantage of some super cool hashtags!! Well chill out… It’s actually on Oct 28th! If you feel like you are always missing out on cool or weird days of the year then you might be keen on my Social Media Content Calendar… It’s more than a calendar tho… Each event has actual information about the event/holiday/international day along with a link to research more information so you can write engaging posts…. AND COMES WITH HASHTAGS!!! I think that’s pretty amazing and extremely useful… even if I do say so myself 😉 Not only that but it is a living breathing calendar… Not a downloadable PDF that you forget about. This is a custom made Google shared calendar that you can integrate onto your phone or outlook etc so it’s right there in front of you… Not buried in an email. It’s great for content ideas in the quieter months or as a boost to your profile during holiday periods.
This is a new product in my arsenal of social media tools and I would like to offer the October version for FREE to everyone while I work out the kinks!! All you need to do is subscribe via this link and I will send you an invite to the calendar. October has over 30 events from the weird and wacky Caps Lock Day to the serious and sincere United Nations Day – sign up now so you don’t miss out 🙂

Fill out the details below to subscribe for the launch day (September 24th), check your email then click the link to verify your subscription and then your good to go!

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On launch day you will receive 2 things:

1. If you do not currently have a Google account you will receive an email with a recommendation to use Google calendar. It will contain a link to accept the invitation to the Social Media Calendar and register for an account. You can register with your existing non-google email address or sign up with your Gmail address… both options work fine. After that you will have access to view the calendar. It can be viewed in a web browser or the Google calendar app and various other calendar apps on your phone or computer.

2. You will also receive an address in iCal format. You can use this address to access the calendar from various other applications such as outlook or apple calendar.