Get your Facebook fists pumpin’ because this month, we’ve got some exciting holidays to help jazz up your social media feeds! Check out our July marketing ideas and examples for Facebook below. When you’re finished, head on over to check out our July Instagram Ideas post!
And for ideas for the whole year, download our full (free) marketing calendar here.
What better way to beckon your customers out into the summer heat than by giving them the antidote to boredom?
Or start a conversation asking for suggestions on keeping busy over the summer months.
Offer up recipes to help people celebrate National Grilling Month. Even if your business has nothing to do with food, people like when you post interesting links and appreciate not being sold to at all times.
Remind people that outdoor fun should be had responsibly and offer facts and tips about proper UV safety.
Ahh, nothing quite screams summer like ice cream. Post a drool-worthy photo of this cool treat and ask your followers to repost if they love ice cream too!
If you are in any way connected to massages, whether that be a traditional massage studio or nail salon, you should definitely be taking advantage this week by running promotions and peppering unique posts into your Facebook mix.
Show your patriotic side on America’s favorite holiday and run promotions and contests! The fourth of July is one of the heaviest holidays when it comes to promos, giveaways, and deals. People are expecting them and are ready to cash in! Or, simply post holiday photos wishing everyone a safe and happy fourth.
Yet another fun food holiday we can get behind! This scuba diving company was lucky enough to find an article tying their specialty to the brown gooey goodness.
While this furniture retailer simply shared their enthusiasm for the holiday with a funny photo.
So many stories make the nightly news about poor treatment of employees, unfair and hostile work environments and the impenetrable glass ceiling. On Gruntled Workers Day, celebrate the happy workplace you’ve created for your staff! Your followers enjoy seeing the faces behind your business. It’s easier to connect on a personal level with your brand when your employees are front and center.
Host a charity fundraiser for Give Something Away Day! Clients like doing business with people that share their values. Doing something for your community will engage your followers and make a positive impact.
You could also hold a raffle requiring followers to like and share your posts in order to enter. What a terrific way to broaden your reach and garner some new followers?
Consider using this day as an opportunity to ask for customer reviews or post a link to a questionnaire and hold a drawing as an incentive to participate. Try posing questions to your followers that will help better your business and their experience.
Nissan participated in Parent’s Day by harkening back to their varied vehicle models over the years with the line “Remember where you came from.” You don’t have to be too literal with these pseudo-holiday posts. Be clever!
Have a family-centric business? Invite followers to take advantage of your family-oriented offerings or to tag their family members with a special message on Aunt and Uncle’s Day.
Recipes for this holiday are very popular. Find one with a theme that jives with your business, a healthy cheesecake alternative, a unique twists on cheesecake, etc.