Social media platforms provide key opportunities for you to advocate for constitutional gender equality. You can share our posts, connect with allies, recruit new advocates / influencers, publicize events, and persuade important stakeholders.
At the bottom of this page we’ve made available a collection of Zoom backgrounds, social media graphics, cover pictures, profile pics, and frames.
HOW TO DO IT
- Make it eye-catching: Use a picture or one of the options at the bottom of this page to post to your social media account(s).
- Make it personal: Add your own note when posting on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram accounts. In the
- Make it searchable: When you post make sure to use priority hashtags:
- Invite others: Build the buzz by cross tagging friends, organizations, and influencers.
- BONUS: Work with friends to engage social media influencers on the issue of gender equality. A few ideas: invite someone to join the tour, post key information on a thread about (in)equality, invite an influencer to repost a key post or make their own statement. The influencers in your life may not already be engaged in this discussion so be an ambassador!
Branded Assets – PLEASE USE!
- Want to post about constitutional gender equality on your social media account? Here are six options (sized for Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) plus helpful facts and links. Don’t forget to tag your friends and thanks for your advocacy!
- On a lot of Zoom calls? Here are six fun backgrounds you can download and use today. Thanks for demonstrating your support for gender equality while at work / at a conference / talking with friends!
- Help put the issue front and center every day with a VoteEqualityUS graphic on your social media profile! Click to download: Facebook covers, Twitter covers, or profile pics/circular avatars. Thanks for boosting the visibility of the team!
- Love your Facebook pic but want a little something extra? Add a Facebook frame to your current profile pic by clicking “update” profile pic, selecting “add a frame,” and then searching “Vote Equality.”. Thanks for amplifying the campaign!