Marketing Tips To Increase The Reach Of Off Day

Recap Of Last Years Success

  • Last year Off Day was mentioned on Twitter 24 times
  • Most references were on April 29, 2019

Goals For This Year

  • Increase The Reach Of Off Day
  • Get More People Talking About And Engaging With Off Day
  • Get More People Onto Your Site, Blog, or Page

Potential Impressions

Using last year's 24 mentions of Off Day, we can estimate the number of people who would have seen posts on social media mentioning Off Day.
Last year this would have been about 100 (See calculation to the right).

The table below shows the potential reach of Off Day if you successfully increase the total number of mentions this year.

Increase In Mentions Potential Reach
X 2 200
X 3 300
X 4 399

Potential reach =

(total_mentions * impression_rate) * average_followers_per_account

99.84 = (24 * 0.02) * 208

2% of followers on average see a tweet
208 average followers per account

Suggested Actions Coming Up To Off Day

You've Unlocked The WhatNationalDayIsIt Badge For Off Day!

As National Off was featured on our site last year, we consider it a recognised National Day.

We have made a badge for the people behind recognised national days to celebrate their success. Feel free to copy and paste the html shown onto your site to show off your achievement :D

National Off Day

It's Off Day
On April 29th

  <link href="" rel="stylesheet">

  	<div style="margin: auto;padding: 5;border: 0px;width: 150px;border-bottom-left-radius: 12px;
  border-bottom-right-radius: 12px;
  border-top-right	-radius: 12px;
  background-color: #feffff;
  box-shadow:0 .25rem .125rem 0 rgba(33,37,41,.075)"> <a   href="" target="_blank"> <img   src="" alt="National Off Day" width="150" height="150" /></a>

    <p style = "font-family: 'Roboto', sans-serif; font-size: 20px; text-align: center; color: #666666;">It's National <a   href="" target="_blank">Off Daylt;/a> <br> On  April 29th  </p>

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