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Kick Butts Day is a program of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

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Webinar follow up: Utilizing social media to maximize exposure

Posted by Erica Olmstead on 13 Mar 2015

On Wednesday, Mar. 11, we hosted our fourth and final Kick Butts Day webinar on the importance of utilizing social media to maximize exposure. This webinar gave event organizers the tools to successfully use social media to boost the visibility of their Kick Butts Day event and amplify their message.

The webinar also highlighted how event organizers can join the larger Kick Butts Day conversation through social media by participating in our #NotAReplacement signature activity. This year, we are taking to social media to send a unified message to Big Tobacco: Youth are not replacements for the 1,300 Americans tobacco kills daily.

Connect with Us

Be sure to connect to us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by following us @KickButtsDay and hashtag your posts from Kick Butts Day #KickButtsDay and/or #NotAReplacement if you’re taking action through our signature activity.

Webinar Slides

Download webinar slides

Webinar Questions

If you have questions about how to effectively use social media, be sure to visit our Participate on Social Media page for tips and tricks. If you have any additional questions, email our team at kbdinfo@kickbuttsday.org.

Webinar Feedback

Complete this brief survey to provide feedback for next year’s webinar series.

Thank you for participating in this year’s webinar series! We had higher participation than ever and look forward to next year’s webinar series being equally engaging. We are always looking to improve and appreciate your feedback in advance.

The Kick Butts Day Team

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About Erica OlmsteadErica Olmstead currently serves as the Youth Advocacy Manager at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Her tobacco control journey began as a youth advocate in New York 13 years ago.
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