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Social Media Day in Michigan

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Social Media Day in Michigan

Mashable launched global Social Media Day in June of 2010 as a way to recognize and celebrate social media's impact on communications. Celebrating advancements in technology, digital innovation and service improvement in government, business and education, Governor Gretchen Whitmer proclaimed June 30, 2021, as Michigan Social Media Day. 2021 marked the twelfth global celebration of Social Media Day and the ninth statewide celebration in Michigan.

Michiganders can celebrate Michigan Social Media Day by using hashtags #SMDay and #SMDayMI on social media.

2021 Michigan Social Media Day activities include:

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Michigan Social Media Day Resources

Making Government More Accessible Video

Making Government More Accessible

Social media has and will continue to play an important role in the state's overall digital and Citizen-Centric Government strategy. Check out this video to see how agencies are using social media. Explore additional resources below.

Celebrate Social Media Day

In celebration of Social Media Day, we want to hear from you! What does #PureMichigan mean to you? Please use the hashtag #SMDay and #SMDayMI when sharing your posts!
Celebrate Social Media Day Video