Advocacy through Accessible Social Media Campaigns

A screenshot of a Facebook page. At the top is a header with the organization's logo and a large photo of one of its recent conferences. Beneath the header is a graphic and a post sharing news about AGENDA's upcoming research project in 2015.

Disabled persons’ organizations (DPOs) often use traditional media sources, such as radio messages, newspaper articles, or printed posters to promote a message or campaign. Social media offers additional benefits:

  • Allows direct communication with target audiences
  • Creates an online presence
  • Expands visibility and recognition for your work
  • Offers new avenues to market your message or product

The Creating Accessible Social Media Campaigns (available for download below) provides an overview of different types of social media, best uses for each, and simple ways to make social media content more accessible for all users.

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