Social Media Calendar: July 2020

Need an easy way to grow your practice’s social media presence? Use the ready-to-go posts and ideas below to update your pages every day.

Having trouble getting your social media content out there? Reserve a specific time for your social media team member to post on social media, respond to comments and reviews, and stay on track with a successful social strategy.

This Week:
July 20-26

Rabbit

MON

20

Bunny flops and other reasons rescued rabbits make great pets. https://bit.ly/2AKVMIL

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Having trouble getting your social media content out there? Reserve a specific time for your social media team member to post on social media, respond to comments and reviews, and stay on track with a successful social strategy.

Tip:

Having trouble getting your social media content out there? Reserve a specific time for your social media team member to post on social media, respond to comments and reviews, and stay on track with a successful social strategy.

TUE

21

How do you speak "rabbit?" https://bit.ly/2AKH7NF

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WED

22

Are bunnies okay for kids? https://bit.ly/2zEkHNL

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THU

23

Know what to do if your rabbit overheats. https://bit.ly/2zS7aC2

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FRI

24

Bunny Care 101 http://bit.ly/2LiMJna

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SAT

25

What bunny owners need to know about rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus. https://bit.ly/2Ac6h7y

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SUN

26

A mentally stimulated rabbit is a happy rabbit. https://bit.ly/3bQ5rdV

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