Your November 2023 Content Ideas Are Here!

Your November 2023 Content Ideas Are Here!

Looking for ideas to spark your content-crafting creativity? We’ve got you covered with these November 2023 Content Ideas.

Monthly Content Themes:

National Entrepreneurship Month
National Gratitude Month
National Healthy Skin Month
National Home Care & Hospice Month
National Alzheimers Disease Awareness Month
Military Family Month

Weekly Content Themes:

11/1-7: World Communication Week
11/13-17: American Education Week
11/13-19: Global Entrepreneurship Week
11/13-21: National Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week
11/20-26: National Game & Puzzle Week

Daily Content Themes:

11/1: Extra Mile Day
11/1: National Author’s Day
11/1: National Stress Awareness Day
11/2: Be An Impact Day
11/2: Project Management Day
11/3: National Sandwich Day
11/5: Daylight Savings Ends
11/6: National Team Manager Day
11/7: National Retinol Day
11/9: Go to an Art Museum Day
11/11: National Sundae Day
11/11: Veterans Day
11/12: National Happy Hour Day
11/13: World Kindness Day
11/15: America Recycles Day
11/15: Education Support Professionals Day
11/15: National Philanthropy Day
11/17: National Hiking Day
11/18: Family Volunteer Day
11/18: International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day
11/19: Women Entrepreneurs Day
11/21: National Entrepreneurs Day
11/23: Thanksgiving
11/24: Black Friday
11/25: Small Business Saturday
11/27: Cyber Monday
11/27: National Brand Day
11/28: Giving Tuesday

Remember, whatever topics you choose to post about on your social media channels, make sure to be consistent. Consistency unlocks the door to trust, visibility, and lasting connections with your audience. It’s not just about the quantity of posts but the regularity and reliability of your engagement.

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Your October 2023 Content Ideas Are Here!

Your October 2023 Content Ideas Are Here!

Your October 2023 content ideas are here!  With so many events coming up, you can tailor your social media content to resonate with your audience’s interests and values. 

Monthly Themes:

Emotional Wellness Month
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Eat Better, Eat Together Month
Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
Family History Month
Financial Planning Month
Global Diversity Awareness Month
Health Literacy Month
Bullying Prevention Month
Chili Month
Depression Education and Awareness Month
National Learning and Development Month
National Dessert Month
National Pizza Month

Weekly Themes:

10/1-7 – Mental Illness awareness Week
10/2-8 – Active Aging Week
10/3-9 – Animal Welfare Week
10/6-13 – Manufacturing Week
10/16-20 – National Health Education Week

Daily Themes:

10/1: International Day of Older Persons
10/1: National Homemade Cookies Day
10/2: World Architecture Day
10/4: Improve Your Office Day
10/4: National Taco Day
10/5: National Do Something Nice Day
10/5: National Depression Screening Day
10/6: Inbox ZERO Day
10/6: Manufacturing Day
10/7: Frugal Fun Day
10/7: National LED Light Day
10/8: National Heroes’ Day
10/9: Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples’ Day
10/10: Face Your Fears Day
10/11: National Spread Joy Day
10/11: National Stop Bullying Day
10/14: National Dessert Day
10/15: National Aesthetician Day
10/16: National Boss’s Day
10/17: National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day
10/18: Day of Unity
10/18: National Chocolate Cupcake Day
10/18: Support Your Local Chamber of Commerce Day
10/20: World Statistics Day
10/26: National Pumpkin Day
10/28: National Chocolate Day
10/28: National First Responders Day
10/29: National Internet Day
10/31: Halloween

Remember to  actively engage your audience throughout the month to foster deeper connections and a stronger sense of community.  After all, social media is meant to be SOCIAL. 

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social media tips you can use now, part 2

social media tips you can use now, part 2

Part 2 of an ongoing series, discussing social media tips you can put to work right now.

Today’s topic is Facebook Posting/Liking/Sharing
Ahh, Facebook. You are like a fickle teenager. What you said yesterday may still hold true for today, or maybe not! Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts that should hold true for the {near} future.
  • Follow the 80/20 rule: posts that offer perceived value to others and are NOT self-promotions will garner the best fans. For every self-promo post, offer 4 posts that promote other businesses or community figures, events, etc.
  • Like other Pages that are complimentary to your business and like what they are posting (again, use caution and do not “over-like:” one of the worst behaviors is to be perceived as “spammy”). Additionally, like Pages where YOU do business: the hairdresser, the coffee shop, the local newspaper, your church, etc.
  • Be genuine and authentic. Tell YOUR story with your words, and be transparent whenever possible. If you have a customer service issue that starts online, address it tactfully and then attempt to resolve it privately. This is the time for your customer service skills to shine! Your honesty and authenticity will show all of your fans and followers that you are the “real deal.”
  • Unless religion or politics is your business, keep your personal opinions off your business page.  There is no reason to possibly alienate a current or potential customer just because of a difference of personal beliefs. Those who care to share their personal opinions online should do post on their personal profile, keeping in mind your privacy settings and that YOU are your personal brand, so be judicious!
  • Share {selectively} your business posts on your personal profile. Your friends and family are interested in your business, but only just a little. If they really want to know what’s going on in your business, they will follow your business page!
  • Use the post scheduler on the update status bar to make your life a little easier. You can schedule posts up to 6 months or more in advance.
  • Thank your new fans: “Thanks to our newest fans Mary Smith, John Doe, and Sally SoAndSo! We hope you will tell your friends about us!” Pages sometimes can tag people, but don’t worry if you can’t. People still love to be recognized personally.


    *sigh* I need a new assistant.

  • Share a personal story from time to time. Nothing crazy, just a little tidbit for your fans to know there’s a real person here, not just some computer churning out automated posts. Example, “It’s been raining cats and dogs here at XYZ headquarters; any suggestions on where to get some good galoshes?” or “Working from home today, and my little doggy is snoring in the chair beside me.” And post a pic of the doggy.
  • If you have the option, ask someone you trust to review your business.
  • If you have video, post it! People LOVE videos. They don’t have to be professional: take a look at YouTube; it’s mostly videos caught on cell phones, and that’s ok! Just make it short and sweet and authentic!