I’m so excited to announce Youngchange-Bestchange’s new social media campaign #wearechange
One of the main reasons I created this blog was to empower young adults to become more socially conscious, and I see this campaign as a great way to spread awareness of the true potential young adults hold to promote change. Here’s how you can get involved.
1) Connect With Us Over Social Media-
As a current high schooler, I know how ingrained social media is within our day-to-day lives. I probably spend an unhealthy amount of time on Twitter alone, not to mention Instagram and (occasionally) Facebook. I understand that no one wants to follow an unoriginal or boring page, so I make sure to personally curate all content that goes on any of our pages. Here’s an example of what you can expect from our Twitter account.
Along with Twitter, we are also on Facebook and Google+. Unfortunately, we aren’t cool enough to make a Myspace page but we’re working on addressing that currently. So whatever your preferred network is, make sure to follow our page to take part in the campaign.
2) Getting that hashtag going
I want to see something like this, ok? Ok.
3) Send in Your Great Pictures and Get Featured on the Blog!
Want to be featured on Youngchange- Bestchange or its social media outlets? Just send a picture of yourself with #wearechange written somewhere in the picture and we’ll put you on the site. It’s that simple. (Hint: Screenshotting a Snapchat with the caption is the easiest method!) You could always go for something like this too though.
You will also be featured in the official #wearechange video coming out once the campaign has gained some steam! So what are you waiting for? Send those pictures in and join the movement! As a bonus, opportunities to win prizes will also be revealed in a few days!
Finally, I’ve attached the official #wearechange page that I used in the above pictures, fancy logo and all. You can view and download it here.
Let’s show the world that we, as young adults, are proud to be the changemakers of the future.
By Sam Gorman, Founder of Youngchange-Bestchange