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Social Media Tips & Tricks!
PAL is on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, so please share on ALL your social media.
Here are some ways to magnify the impact of your efforts:
Share it. Find an Awareness Week post on the PAL Facebook page (@PALGivesHope) and click on “Share” to post it on your Facebook page. Or add it to your reels or stories on Instagram (@PALgroup4you) OR retweet it on Twitter (@PALGivesHope).
Personalize it. Add a few words that let your friends know you have a personal connection with PAL.
Hashtag it. Before you post, type #PALaware at the end of your comment so anyone can find it.
Action it. Give your friends a call to action to like it (or LOVE it!), share it or go to the PAL website to find a group or to start a group.
Link it. Give them a place to go for more details like the PAL website
Picture it. When you’re distributing materials, post a picture on your social media and add #PALaware to the post.
Reach out to your local newspaper or TV stations – they’re always looking for feel-good stories.
Develop your media list: Find the contact information for your local newspapers, TV stations, and/or radio stations. You can either reach out to them yourself or fill out this FORM and we’ll take care of it for you.
Research: Research members of the media who previously covered drug overdoses, statistics and the impact of addiction on society.
Community Calendars, Public Bulletin Boards, Social Media Pages. Find other areas to post information in your community such as:
Schools, colleges, universities
Public government buildings or courthouses
If you want to reach out to a media outlet in your area:
Develop your pitch. This is the short story you can tell reporters to convince them they want to learn more.
What is the potential story? (Include details about the who, what, when and where.)
Why does this story matter?
What makes this story newsworthy?
How is this story relevant to this media outlet and its audiences?
We suggest that you try not to include anything in the email that you wouldn’t want to see in print because reporters can and sometimes do use email content as a quote.
Be honest and let the reporter know if you are facing a confidentiality issue.
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