Maybe summer doesn't have quite the same excitement as in other years, but August is still full of awareness days to hook your content off. I usually do two months per blog, but as I research more of these blogs, I find more and more awareness days, so I'm going to keep it to one month per blog. Check back this time next month for September awareness days and I can tell you now, it is a very busy month!
Many of the usual music festivals have been cancelled due to COVID-19.
As you will have heard, many of the usual events that mark summer, have been cancelled. Particularly those around the August bank holiday weekend (UK), such as the Reading and Leeds Festival and the Nottinghill Carnival. On a positive note though, some events that usually take place earlier in the year, have been rescheduled in August, like The Rose of Tralee (IRL) and the Tour de France. Happy content planning 🗓️
We hope these come in useful and let us know of any days we have missed.
5 Tips For Content Planning
Choose to talk about awareness days that are relevant to your audience and your brand
Plan your content using a content calendar, a simple Excel spreadsheet will do
Set aside some time each week for content planning, creating and scheduling
Awareness days can be used for content across all your digital channels: social media, email newsletters, website....
Double check the awareness day applies to where you are located