To maximize your reach on Facebook, it is best to post one time per day with a minimum of 3 times per week. We’ve put together some helpful posts and graphics for you to use on your page! Simply copy and paste the text into a post, and to save the image click it, right click on the enlarged image, and select “Save As”.
Try something new! Try hosting a contest for Daylight Savings or Pi Day and for everyone who answers the question(s) can be entered to win a drawing. Keep the prizes fun and branded, such as a fun branded bag with treat samples, pen, and magnet. After the contest closes, randomly select a winner and ask them to pick their prize up in your clinic.
Daylight Savings - March 11
Suggested Facebook Post: Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead today! You may lose an hour of sleep but you will gain an extra hour of sunlight in the evening! Doesn’t that sound like an even trade?
Did you know that there are two states who don’t observe daylight savings? Post your guesses below!
Answer: Hawaii and most of Arizona.
Pi Day - March 14
Suggested Facebook Post: Pi Day is celebrated on 3/14 because the three most important digits of Pi are 3.14. Pi is the symbol that represents a mathematical constant.
We like to celebrate this day with a good piece of pie. What is your favorite kind of pie?
First Day of Spring - March 20
Suggested Facebook Post: Hello Spring, and goodbye Winter! The days are getting longer and warmer and with spring comes new life, growth, and change. Flowers will start growing, animals will come out from their dens, and the smell of that first rainfall will lift our moods.
What is your favorite thing about spring?
- Human Medications
Poison Prevention Week - March 18-24
Suggested Facebook Post: Please keep your furry friend’s safety in mind this week and make sure that your home is poison-proof. Visit the Pet Poison Helpline for tips on poison-proofing your home.
DID YOU KNOW: The 5 most common poisons that the Pet Poison Helpline receives calls for are:
- Human Foods
- Dietary Supplements and Vitamins