Looking for some social media posting inspo? Search no further – we’ve got a slew of ideas to share. Social media is a place for your marketing strategy to stretch its legs and put its fun pants on! Since there is no shortage of fun holidays and activities in the month of March, take advantage and inject some personality into your business page!
March Awareness Causes
There are many awareness causes that you can use for March blogging and Facebook marketing. These topics can be posted on throughout the month of March so you’re not tied to a specific date. They include:
• Women’s History
• Brain Injury
• March Madness
• Youth Art
Facebook-Friendly March Holidays
There are some really great holidays this month…some are super specific while others are enjoyed by most everyone giving you loads of options for posting to Facebook.
• Read Across America / Dr. Seuss’ Birthday – March 2nd
• International Women’s Day – March 8th
• Daylight Savings – March 8th
• Girl Scout’s Day – March 12th
• Pi Day – March 14th
• St. Patrick’s Day – March 17th
• First Day of Spring – March 19th
• International Puppy Day – March 23rd
• National Medal of Honor Day –March 25th
• Mom and Pop Business Owner Day – March 29th
• MLB Opening Day – March 26th
• Crayon Day – March 31st
Hashtags for March awareness causes and holidays include:
#read2020 #womenshistory #BrainInjuryawarenessmonth #TBIChampion #MarchMadness #NationalChampionship #youthartmonth #youthart #nutritionawarenessmonth #healthyeating #healthyfood #readacrossamerica #drseuss #internationalwomensday #womensday2020 #womensdayeveryday #piday2020 #pinchme #gogreen #internationalpuppyday #puppypic #nationalmomandpop
Examples of March Facebook Posts
Check out how businesses across the country have used these fun holidays and worthy causes to promote their organizations and connect with their followers!
Pi Day can fit in with any business. Choose a special offering on March 14th (3.14) or use the day to grab people’s attention about a promotion. Here’s a few examples from Army Navy Country Club, Philadelphia Country Club and Beechwood Country Club.
St. Patrick’s Day Facebook Posts
Get festive and invite your followers to drop in for limited time offerings inspired by the Luck of the Irish for St. Patrick’s day.
Run a Facebook contest and invite people to test their luck! To garner more followers you may incorporate an incentive to share your page for a single entry into the contest.
International Puppy Day
International Puppy Day suits every business. Just toss a photo of an adorable dog up and give a shout out to the special day, or be more strategic and amp up the Facebook marketing factor by calling all dogs for a cutest puppy contest! This tactic increases follower engagement and, let’s face it, is super cute.
Don’t forget about the awareness causes! Highlight Women’s History Awareness by giving a brief history lesson of women in golf.
Here’s a great link: https://golfcollege.edu/history-womens-professional-golf/
Just because you have absolutely nothing to do with sports doesn’t mean you can’t become a basketball fan for the month. If a bridal boutique, an event planning company, and a dog treat business can find a way to jump on the bandwagon, anyone can.
Here are NBA players who also golf: https://www.wearebasket.net/top-5-nba-players-who-play-golf/
Work in a health-related field? You definitely should be capitalizing on March being Nutrition Awareness month. Provide links to your blog for helpful tips…
…or encourage people to educate themselves and get them excited about living a healthier lifestyle.
Use these ideas and real examples of Facebook posts for the month of March to help you stay creative with your marketing and have fun with it too!