These days, it seems like everyone and their mother (literally) is on Facebook. That is great news for animals! Why? Because Facebook is a powerful tool for reaching out and educating our online friends about our efforts to make the world a better place for animals everywhere.
Here are a few extremely simple ways you can make an impact with just a few clicks!
Check out PETA India’s official page on Facebook and click “Like” to get all our up-to-the-minute news. You can post on our wall, comment on our posts and upload your own pictures and videos to our page.
Suggest PETA to Your Friends
Once you have “liked” PETA India, ask your friends to do the same (yes, even that guy from elementary school you have not spoken to in 30 years who added you last month). Follow the “Suggest to Friends” link to get started.
What’s on your mind?
When you log in to Facebook, the site asks, “What’s on your mind?” If animals are on your mind, let your friends know! Post updates to tell your friends about the action alerts you have participated in, how much you love your dog or cat or how terrific your vegan cooking is. You are passionate about animal rights – let that shine through in your profile!
Share and Share Alike
One of the great things about Facebook is that it is easy to have an impact every day by sharing PETA India news and blog updates with your friends and family. How, you ask? At the bottom of every PETA India blog post, there is a little link to post the story on Facebook. Just follow that link, and every one of your friends will see that blog post pop up when they sign on to Facebook.
There is a lot more to Facebook than just profiles and pages. Facebook “causes“, for instance, allow you to raise awareness of and financial support for a specific issue or campaign.
Did you get this far only to remember that you do not use Facebook? The principle is the same no matter where you spend your time online: show your support for animals wherever you can. They need it!
For more great ways you can make a difference for animals, sign up to be an activist.
Keep up the great work!