Donate Your Unused Twitter Characters to Fair Trade with Fair Tweets
Every Tweet Matters!
Tweet 4 #FairTrade!
Did you know that your tweets can contribute to global change and promote Fair Trade awareness? With Ben and Jerry’s newest social media tool, Fair Tweets, they definitely can! Fair Tweets is a simple interface for Twitter users to donate their unused characters to support Fair Trade. Just type your Tweet, and then Fair Tweets fills the rest of the space with a Fair Trade message.
How Fair Tweets Works:
- Visit FairTweets.com and enter your Tweet in the box.
- Fair Tweets fills in the "unused" characters in your tweets, and recycles them by inserting a message about Fair Trade!
- Fair Tweets is an easy way to help get the word out about Fair Trade, ulimately benefiting even more farmers and workers around the world!
Fair Trade Twitter Party - Friday, May 13
Join Fair Trade USA for a Twitter Party on Friday, May 13 at 9am PT/12pm ET. This is your opportunity to ask questions about Fair Trade and help spread the word via social media. Participants will also be entered to win Fair Trade prizes. Make sure to register forthe Twitter Party so that you'll be entered in the drawings.
How to use your social media to contribute to Fair Trade awareness:
- Log on to Fair Tweets and tweet about what Fair Trade means to you! (fairtweets.com)
- Follow @FairTradeUSA and tweet using #FairTrade!
- Like Fair Trade Certified on Facebook and share posts with your network to spread awareness on how Fair Trade is impacting the lives of people around the world!
“Just like putting together good combinations for our flavors, our goal was to combine a popular social media tool with our effort to educate about Fair Trade.”- Ben and Jerry’s
Ben & Jerry’s was the first ice cream maker to commit to going through every single item in their ingredient deck to change all they could to Fair Trade. Currently, Ben and Jerry’s offers 5 amazing flavors made with Fair Trade Certified ingredients and is transitioning to all Fair Trade Certified flavors by 2013.