Today in History: All About the Most Popular Social Media Themes & Hashtags on 7/14

Looking for something to #hashtag about on Social Media today? You’re in luck.

We’ve compiled the most popular social media themes for 7/14 & placed them on this list. Learn about the biggest events for today and how to capitalize off them on social.

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1. Bastille Day

Bastille Day commemorates modern France and French democracy. Even though it’s a French holiday, your American business can celebrate it, too. This holiday symbolizes the end of the constitutional monarchy. To Frenchmen, Bastille Day is a day of liberation. Say Happy Bastille Day on Twitter & Facebook or post facts about Bastille Day with interesting photos on Instagram.

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2. Pandemonium Day

Is your business a little wacky? Pandemonium Day may be for you. Held each year on 7/14, Pandemonium Day is a call to “go with the flow” no matter what happens. Try posting “Keep Calm” themed posts on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, or ask your followers what their pick is for the biggest “pandemonium event” in their lives.

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3. Shark Awareness Day

Here at The Social Campfire, living in Florida means we are always aware of sharks. 🙂 For those who are a little less close to shore, Shark Awareness Day is to provide education and awareness of the importance of sharks to the ecosystems of our world’s oceans. Before Shark Week officially begins in August, use this time to get a jump on everything sharky. Remind followers that Shark Week is coming soon and educate them on one shark fact every few hours during Shark Awareness Day.

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Is there another event you like to celebrate on social media on 7/14? Share in the comments below! 

Lacking in ideas for your brand? We can help you create social media calendars. Simply contact us at social@thesocialcampfire.com and we’ll help get you started.

 

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