With Easter here, we have decided to showcase some possible content ideas for the holiday that you can use to help engage with your audience. Easter isn’t the most popular holiday, but it certainly still has a big reach worldwide and thus worthy of notice when it comes content.
Giveaways are a great way to reach new and existing customers. Using hashtags and incentives that encourage the sharing of your posts, you are likely to multiply your organic reach within hours. Even though this is a list specifically for Easter, your giveaway does not have to be related to Easter. For instance, you can give away an Amazon Alexa or an Apple iPad, depending on your budget and what you believe will resonate best with your target audience.
🐣EASTER #GIVEAWAY 🐣Three followers will win a NEW #BlendJet2, a Jetsetter Sleeve, a Jetsetter Tote, and our new Recipe Book! 💐To enter:
1. FOLLOW @BlendJet
2. LIKE & RETWEET this post
3. TAG a friend in the comments
Open worldwide, 18+. Closes 4/5. Winners messaged 4/6. pic.twitter.com/cYynwpbNZI
— BlendJet® (@BlendJet) April 2, 2021
Are you looking to test your audience’s knowledge of Easter? Create an eye-catching quiz that tests their Easter knowledge. If you’re using Twitter, then a long thread of questions is the best way to do it. While TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook quizzes can be streamed live.
Funny GIF / Pun
Everyone likes a bit of comedy on their timeline, so why not participate? With plenty of funny easter film references, jokes, and puns, you can indeed play around with the jokes by incorporating them into memes or GIFS — depending on what you think fits your brand image.
— DOOM (@DOOM) April 2, 2021
Rise of the Guardians, The Dog Who Saved Easter, Son of God and many more films are amongst the must-watch Easter films. If you’re looking to create content without much original work, then using a film is the perfect way to create content for your Easter content planner.
Religious or not, quote are a classic type of content amongst social media profiles. They’re easy to make, memorable, sharable and most importantly, can utilise a call-to-action. For Easter, you can play around with puns or famous quotes surrounding Easter. Just make sure not to make it too long, blue, or monotonous.
People love having a say, so creating a fun poll for Easter is a superb way to reach your audience. Polls can be done in a mixture of different ways using various social media platforms. From button voting polls to comment polls, they will certainly help grow your Easter post’s organic reach.