(Technically Media Snapcode design by Catherine Sontag)
This is part of "Homelessness" month of the Generocity Editorial Calendar. Find the series here.
We did it. We’re on Snapchat. ?
“We” means Technically Media, which means our account will feature the day-to-day shenanigans of Generocity and each of the Technical.ly markets. But we’re also coordinating its content with our editorial calendar.
September’s theme is “homelessness,” so you can expect focused reporting alongside our Blueprint: Homelessness event. In addition, nonprofit Back on My Feet‘s Philadelphia branch is controlling our Snapchat account for the day in the first of a monthly “Snapchat Takeover” series.
On Wednesday, Sept. 21, Cathryn Sanderson & Co. will be introducing us to their work up close as they lead a multi-team workout (at 5:30 a.m., no less), hold mock interviews for program participants and generally try to kick homelessness in the butt via individual empowerment.
To follow us, scan our fancy Snapcode thingy above, or enter our username — @technicallym.
Be sure to tune in to the account during two other Takeovers in September:
- On the Technical.ly Philly side, creative agency Palette Group’s Nate Nichols is in charge on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
- In honor of Baltimore Innovation Week, Yair Flicker of SmartLogi has the reins on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Wanna do your own Technically Media Snapchat Takeover? Let us know here.
And if you’re not sure how to use this newfangled social media platform, as I wasn’t before last Wednesday, watch this.
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