Lois Ransome
Lois Ransome
Apr 16, 2020

A social media content calendar is an essential piece of kit when marketing your business online. 

Having a schedule of social posts for the coming weeks ensures you are posting regularly and consistently, and will also save you loads of time in the long run. 

For that reason, we’ve popped together a calendar of all the public holidays, awareness days and big public events taking place in May, to help you plan your social media content for the coming month.

Piggybacking on these national events is a great way to show your followers you're engaged with everything going on in the wider world, and is also an opportunity to show off your brand personality and have a bit of fun.

Don’t feel like you have to post about every single event though, just select the biggest dates and those that are relevant to your business and industry. 

Also, don’t forget the hashtags! This way you can be discovered by new users looking into trending subjects. 

Want to find out how you can up your social media game? Get in touch today to book a place on one of our bespoke Social Media Training Courses. Alternatively, if you’re too busy to keep on top of your social posting, let our team of social experts manage it for you with a retained social media retainer.