What days should you keep in mind for your government social media content calendar?
We’ve heard how many government social media professionals enjoyed our 2022 version, and we’re excited to let you know we put together another special downloadable observance calendar roundup for 2023!
This resource is a roundup of some of the observed days happening in 2023 that you might want to consider building content for — or be mindful of — when planning your content calendar for your government social media accounts. Some days are serious, some heartwarming, others fun and many are sobering reminders of where we’ve been. We encourage you to always research the meaning of observed days, double check dates and listen to not only what’s happening on social media, but also in your greater community, before posting.
Please keep in mind that this is not meant to be a full list of observances and we encourage you to check with your state/county for any area-specific days or with your peers in our GSM Facebook Community Group or free GSM network. Other helpful resources for additional observances include List of National Days, National Today, Ready.Gov’s Preparedness Calendar, NWS Awareness and Preparedness Calendar, or the United Nations List of International Days and Weeks.
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