Share facts from our dog bite prevention page on your social media profiles to help educate clients and others about dog bite prevention. We have podcasts, videos, public-friendly articles, and more. We even have NDBPW widgets for you to share on your website!
Although Facebook and G+ posts are less limited in character length than tweets, brevity is appreciated by your audience. Photos are emphasized more so than regular status updates, so try to utilize photos when appropriate.
Ask open-ended questions or triva-type questions to get comments and responses from your followers. Photos often get more likes and shares, so consider combining the two to get the most impact.
Dog bite prevention facts from our page can easily fit in 140 characters and are effective at communicating the importance of dog bite prevention. Use the hashtag #preventdogbites in your tweets.
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