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Celebrate Your Children’s Victories

By Neesha Mirchandani

Most parents are happy to share your posts featuring their children with their Facebook friends.  It also helps your school so it's the perfect win-win! 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. If you've sent me your photos, you'll see your custom made-for-you images below. Click the DROPBOX link to download your image posts. 
  2. Post them to your page (schedule in advance - my recommendation is to post only one or two of these per week, NOT MORE). 
  3. If you are seeing KRK Clayton's sample posts, please DO NOT USE THEM. Send me images of your students, and I'll create YOUR custom posts. 
  4. After your parents have liked, commented, and shared your post, you can Boost the Post (view our training on how to do that). This will bring your ad to other parents in the area. Just make sure you have signed consent forms in place before you use any student images!!! <<< Can't stress this enough<<< 

CELEBRATE YOUR CHILDREN'S VICTORIES! 

Celebrate Victories #1: Post it, Then Boost it! 

My heart is so full to see my school full of read-a-holics! tara

Celebrate Victories #2: 'Like' if you agree!

Celebrate Victories #3: Tag parents if possible!

Celebrate Victories #4: "Creative, right?"

Celebrate Victories #5: Tag parents if possible!

Celebrate Victories #4: "Post, then Boost"

CAN'T FIND SOMETHING?

STRUGGLING?

I'M HERE FOR YOU!

Why do I give out my cell phone number to new members for the first 30 days?

Because I want to make sure this SAVES you time. 

DID YOU SCHEDULE YOUR "CELEBRATE VICTORIES" POSTS? YOU'RE DONE!

About the Author

Neesha Mirchandani helps small business owners access the same marketing tools and shortcuts that Fortune 500 companies take for granted. She's the author of two books. Neesha has a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University, and over 20+ years of experience serving clients as diverse as AT&T, IBM, Mellon Bank, Pacific Bell to local businesses, nonprofits & tech startups. When you meet Neesha ask her why the Dalai Lama wrote the Foreword to her first book and why her next book is a joke book (of all things)!