As the go-to source for the connected generation, Mashable has always understood the significance of social media. That’s why, back in 2010, Mashable launched Social Media Day to highlight the ways digital culture has revolutionized how we communicate.
Now in its seventh year, Social Media Day is celebrated across the globe on June 30. From Twitter chats to in-person “tweetups,” here are a few ways you can take part in this year’s festivities!
Hundreds of cities around the world have already officially recognized Social Media Day. Join the movement, and submit a proclamation request of your own.
From happy hours to week-long conferences, people use Social Media Day to switch the conversation from online to IRL. This year, Mashable is partnering with Splash to host a meetup in New York City. Click here to register for the New York event or to see if someone is hosting a Social Media Day event in a city near you. Don’t see your city? Organize your own meetup! To get ideas and tips on how you can plan your own event, join the Mashable Meetup Organizers Facebook group.
If you can’t attend an event in person, join the global conversation online via the hashtag #SMDay.