Twitter has published a 2022 calendar of big moments businesses and brands can share and talk about during the year.
Twitter is a place where people, businesses, and brands share and talk about big moments each year. To help marketers get this right, the platform has once again published its annual calendar of big moments.
Marketers from around the world can view the 2022 Marketing Calendar to go through relevant events, occasions, and trends that will help them plan their campaigns ahead of time and discover opportunities to connect with their audience year-round.
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The calendar is available under Resources and Guides on Twitter for Business, mapping out month by month key dates, occasions, and events, for the US, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Japan, MENA, Mexico, Southeast Asia, Spain, and the UK.
In addition, users can also view a global calendar – or their calendar of choice in a range of different languages. But, of course, the calendar is provisional, and Twitter says that events featured within “are subject to change.”
While many of the events could be canceled at any time, the list does provide a helpful reference guide to help marketers find key opportunities for their social media campaigns over the coming year.
Twitter shared its online calendars less than a month after publishing its 2022 marketing guide. Before the holiday season, the platform had also issued a list of trending topics to help brands in their marketing efforts.
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