Show potential new members you’re active by preparing your socials and website in the lead up to the event.
Guild Artwork and Event Promotions
Download our specific Guild Event social media assets to post on you socials to let everyone know you'll be at the event! Check back here for content closer to the event date.
DO NOT create a new Facebook event for your stall presence. Please only share our main Facebook event when this is live.
The Guild may set up a “which club should I join” filter for Instagram for some events. You can use the filter on @curtinguild instagram account during Orientation week and re-use it to promote on your club and personal socials. Share to your Facebook Story.
Note: Only clubs who apply for stalls will be listed in the filter.
Guild Club Spotlight Video Series
If you haven't already, consider taking the time to prepare and submit a video (for Instagram, TikTok and Facebook) following our filming brief for us to share on Guild social media platforms. Get this video to us before O-Week so that we can schedule the content.
Filming brief: Please follow this guide closely. You may submit this at any time of the year for the guild to promote clubs so keep this in mind when running events like an O-day stall if you'd like to plan to prepare content from the day.
Start posting regularly in the lead up to the event so that when new members look to sign-up, there’s fresh content for them to see.
Always tag @curtinguild in posts, photos and stories so that we can share your content to get a wider reach.
Some ideas for posts:
Committee Introductions: If you put this on your IG story, save it to a highlight titled ‘2023 committee’ so it lives on.
Upcoming events or what to expect from your club in 2023
Use of the AR filters
Any other relevant content that aligns with your club objectives.