Out of the Den, Into Social Networks Lions are posting, tweeting, uploading and pinning. Here’s a snapshot of Lions’ recent social media activity. But don’t just sit there: start typing. It’s that easy to add your voice, advice and insights to the online community of Lions. Or maybe you just want to browse. The world of Lions awaits your roar or perhaps just your eyes. Facebook Yep, Lions hang out with the popular crowd. The Lions Clubs International page has 79,792 likes and rapidly counting. Lions’ posts on Facebook run the gamut. Fort Belvoir Lions in Virginia recently shared inspiring photos of home improvements done for low-income families, Lions in India displayed a sizzling video of a flash mob used to raise awareness of diabetes, Lions offered tips on starting sponsorship of a Peace Poster contest, and Easton and Wilson Lions clubs in Pennsylvania told about an inspiring teenager and her guide dog. Hour after hour on Facebook, Lions share their successes, showcase their projects and discover inspiration and guidance. Twitter You can buy attention through advertising or plead for attention through public relations. Or you can engage millions for free in 140 characters or less. The Lions Clubs International Twitter page has 34,216 followers. Be the 34,217th. Or, even better, tell Lions and others–short and sweet only permissible, of course–what’s happening in your den. Flickr If a photo is worth a thousand words, Flickr is worth 6,142,000 words to Lions. Lions have uploaded 6,142 photos to the Flickr page of Lions Clubs International. View them chronologically or via sets on the international president, missions, Hurricane Sandy relief, literacy projects and much more. Don’t bury your club photos in a dusty photo album. Post them for the world to admire. Pinterest Pictures and videos of Lions, Campus Lions clubs and Leos performing service around the world are posted daily here. Pinterest was the fastest site ever to break through the 10 million unique visitor mark. See what the fuss is all about.
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