How brands woo their social media audience on Valentine’s Day
February 1, 2019 • 2 min read
Updated on February 28, 2019
Brands need to make the most out of every event or holiday that comes up to help boost their engagement and Valentine’s Day is certainly no exception. Brands creating Valentine’s Day editions of their products or coming up with witty missives for their posts have helped boost their social media engagement.
Top 10 Valentine’s Day posts in 2019
Making people reminisce about their childhood on the day of love worked like a charm for this brand.
Fenty Beauty Valentine’s Day special post featuring Rihanna drove the engagement to over 500k.
Valentine’s Day has always been yet another reason for cosmetics sales to shoot through the roof and Kylie Cosmetics ensured they made the most out of it.
‘Pop your heart out’—this simple tagline and a Valentine’s Day version of the of the much-loved chocolate got this post over 700k interactions on social media.
— Funko (@OriginalFunko) February 14, 2018
A simple engagement bait worked like a charm for this brand.
— RELIANCE MUTUAL FUND (@Reliance_MF) February 10, 2018
A simple video that the audience relates to is exactly what worked well for this brand.
💖 V-DAY GIVEAWAY 💖
RT and follow @fentybeauty to win this sweet set of our fave pink 💕 and red 💋 #FENTYBEAUTY products to stay snatched this #ValentinesDay!
** Winner chosen at random and must be based in a country where Fenty Beauty ships to pic.twitter.com/fZ2tJi6LCQ
— Fenty Beauty (@fentybeauty) February 9, 2018
Yet another engagement bait that got this brand the highest number of interactions on Twitter.
This brand introduced a new product for Valentine’s day and ensured they promoted it using the upcoming Valentine’s Day.
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