Get Your Chapter FREE Publicity with the DECA Direct Online Social Media Correspondent Program

Photo courtesy of @grizzlydeca on Instagram.

We as humans love attention. Don’t deny it, you do too.

It makes us feel good, shows off our talents, and allows us to connect with those around us. For many chapters/members, that connection is key for engagement and growth.

Here at Collegiate DECA, we offer the DECA Direct Online Social Media Correspondent Program. This interactive platform connects you to with DECA’s 250,000+ members all around the world.

Plus, you have the ability to share and create your own content to be shared directly with other members on DECA’s various social media platforms. The best part is that this program gives you instant and FREE publicity for you and your chapter!

As a correspondent, you’re asked to share with DECA your chapter’s accomplishments, tips/ideas, and any announcements. Be real and honest, and take your chapter to the next level. With your participation, you and your chapter are also on track for our Leadership Passport Program Award. Don’t forget, these are also great tools to obtaining funding for your chapter!

Furthermore, this opportunity gives you a stepping stone to your professional career. Boost your LinkedIn profile and portfolio as you share your published articles.

Still not convince? Check out these stats:

  • DECA Direct Online Average Monthly Pageviews: 88,500
  • Total Pageviews from May 2016–May 2017: 1,062,760
  • Facebook Likes: 28,479
  • Instagram Followers: 10,388
  • Twitter Followers: 26,891

If you have any questions on the program, or want to sign up, click here. If you’re looking for more social media resources for your Collegiate DECA chapter, download the Collegiate DECA Social Media Guide here.

You can also email DECA Communications Manager, Janelle Arrighi, to get more information or feedback.

We can’t wait to read your incredible content on DECA Direct Online!

Follow Josh on Twitter @cdecavpjosh.

Categories: Branding and Promotion, Chapter Development, Chapter Resources

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