Join ‘2Gether’ for a Social Media Celebration on Oct. 23
As International Print Day (IPD) gears up to celebrate its sixth year, print enthusiasts from all over the world will have the opportunity to declare their love for the original communications delivery device through 24 hours of social media sharing. This year, IPD will coincide with the first day of PRINTING United. Participants can also follow #PRINTINGUnited to keep up with IPD updates from the event.
The party starts at 6 p.m. ET in the United States on Oct. 22 (9 a.m. in AEDT in Australia/11 a.m. NZDT in New Zealand* on Oct. 23) and finishes 24 hours later in the United States at 6 p.m. ET on Oct. 23.
Each year on International Print Day the global print community comes together on social media to network, exchange knowledge and information, and proclaim their love for print and the people that make it possible by following and sharing using the hashtag #IPD19. Print fans can support this year’s theme by also including the hashtag #Print2Gether, which celebrates partnerships within the industry and all the relationships from idea to execution that enhance the creativity, quality, and vitality of print.
Deborah Corn, Principal at Print Media Centr and Founder of International Print Day, says: “Participation on International Print Day has generated 123,833,356 impressions on Twitter since we began celebrating our global love for print marketing in 2014. We have seen sharing from six continents, through every time zone on this planet. I encourage everyone out there with a social media account to plan for this tremendous opportunity to tell the world about what you do, show off the amazing things you create and produce through ink and substrates, and how you collaborate with all of your partners.”
For more information about International Print Day, and to download the official #IPD19 logos created by Craig Bower of Design That Rocks, visit internationalprintday.org, Novice social media users can head to youtube.com/printmediacentr to view "Social Media Minute" videos from Print Media Centr ahead of time to brush up on their sharing skills.
Connect with International Print Day on Twitter @IntPrintDay and on Facebook/International Print Day