Diabetes Hill Day Social Media Toolkit

April 22, 2022

Resources & Tips for #DiabetesHillDay, April 25-28

Join Endocrine Society in advocating for diabetes prevention, diabetes research, and insulin affordability. You can make a major impact for only a minute of your time every day throughout the Diabetes Hill Day campaign. Social media communication has also been proven to amplify advocacy messages. If you are not already on Twitter, follow these easy steps to set up an account.

All these messages are formatted for Twitter but you are also encouraged to share them on Facebook and Instagram.

1. Copy/paste the messages below, and share them on your social media account. NOTE: Save/upload an Endocrine Society-branded Diabetes Hill Day social media graphic to display your solidarity when posting your message (see images below).
2. Retweet the @TheEndoSociety posts and tag your representatives using their social media handles to broaden our reach.
3. Add context by sharing how your patients need support.  Mention @TheEndoSociety and add #DiabetesHilDay for other participants to be notified about resharing your messages.

Monday, April 25

Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27

General Messaging:

Diabetes Research

Diabetes Prevention

Insulin Affordability

Thursday, April 28

Social Media Images

Twitter

Instagram

Facebook

 

 

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