A social media calendar is the best tool for planning your content strategy in advance. Posting content that’s both relevant and present will mean people are more likely to engage with it.
From national holidays to awareness days – there can be so much going on in the world, that sometimes it’s hard to choose which events are worth posting about and which are not.
Luckily, we’re here to help. We’ve rounded up the most important dates we’ve found online, into one easy-to-use calendar.
1st – April Fool’s Day, Family Safety Week starts
2nd - International Children’s Book Day
3rd – World Party Day
5th – Walk to Work Day
6th – Discover National Parks Fortnight, International Pillow Fight Day
7th – World Health Day
10th – Siblings Day
11th – National Pet Day, World Parkinson’s Day
16th – World Voice Day
19th – Good Friday
21st – National Tea Day, Easter Sunday
22nd – Easter Monday, International Mother Earth Day, National Stop Snoring Week starts
24th – Stop Food Waste Day
23rd – St George’s Day, English Language Day, World Book Night
25th – World Malaria Day, World Penguin Day
26th – World Intellectual Property Day, World IP Day
27th – National Gardening Week starts
28th – World Day for Safety & Health at Work, The London Marathon
29th – World Wish Day, International Dance Day
April is also Stress, Bowel Cancer, Autism, Parkinson’s and IBS Awareness Month, it’s also National Pet Month.