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Showing off your green initiatives on social media.

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Does your business actively take steps toward adopting and maintaining sustainable practices?

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How to Promote Your Eco-friendly Initiatives on Social Media

We live on a pretty neat planet and we’re glad to share it with y’all. Our world deserves a tremendous amount of respect for its numerous abilities. Heck, the transitions from the Hadean Era (in which our beloved globe was covered in hot lava) to the *more recent* Ice Age (which ended about 11.5 thousand years ago) illustrate Mother Nature’s knack for successful rebrands.

Earth is likely going to be around much longer than we will, so it’s up to us to make sure we’re good guests. If your brand is on board with leaving the world better than you found it, then people will love hearing about the steps you’ve taken to become more sustainable. PromotionWorld wants to help you get the word out with some ways to promote your eco-friendly initiatives on social media.

  1. Create campaigns that raise awareness around sustainability. When you invest in creating products and services with sustainability in mind, be sure to quantify this in some way your audience will understand. For instance, highlight how you’ll plant a tree with every purchase, power your offices with solar energy, etc.
  2. Give your customer the badge of a hero. Make your customer the hero of your story and they’ll want to support the story. Post content highlighting the positive impact of purchasing one of your products. Change starts at the individual level, and that means your customer.
  3. Show behind-the-scenes of your sustainable action. While you talk the talk, show your audience you can walk the walk too. Social media is the perfect forum for a video diving into the tangible sustainable practices you’re invested in. If your initiative is to save water by using recycled materials, show people how much water is being saved. Or share some photos of where and how you’re planting those trees you promised.

Everyone can get on board with sustainability. Don’t miss the remaining promotion strategies.

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There are some ancient processes in existence on our Earth, and they contribute to the beauty of this planet. Like the way a dandelion’s seeds disperse in the breeze and float away to a distant patch of dirt. Repeat this a few million times and you’ve got dandelions galore!

Scalemail follows a similar pattern by allowing readers to spread The Daily Carnage to others who might enjoy the content. We’re not keeping Scalemail all to ourselves though; if you’re looking for an email referral tool to grow your audience, then look no further.

Man versus Otter

In the push for sustainability in our lives, it’s good to practice what you preach. And when we talk about animals that are threatened by litter and carbon emissions, we want to ensure those animals are doing their part too. It’s a team effort!

Greenweez gives us this commercial featuring a man making sure a forest’s animals are adopting sustainable practices. You might think wild animals are about as eco-friendly as it gets. Think again…

Ads from the Past

1973, Coty

“The future will be green, or not at all.”

Jonathan Porritt


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