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The #WhyIDitchedDairy campaign was a HUGE SUCCESS!! [Updated at 7 PM]

What I wanted to do for this Twitter campaign #WhyIDitchedDairy was to bring the vegan community together and spread awareness about the cruelty of the dairy industry. We already use the #Februdairy hashtag this month but because so many of us already use that hashtag, there was little hope that we could attract a new audience … Continue reading

tomorrow [February 6th] is our anti-dairy twitter campaign, #WhyIDitchedDairy!

Previous posts about the campaign: New Upcoming Twitter Campaign: #WhyIDitchedDairy 2 days until our anti-dairy twitter campaign, #WhyIDitchedDairy! Tomorrow (February 6th) I will be tweeting about why I’ve ditched dairy. I hope you join me. I have spread the word to many vegans on twitter. We need a high turnout of tweets to get the … Continue reading

2 days until our anti-dairy twitter campaign, #WhyIDitchedDairy!

Previously I wrote about our upcoming Twitter campaign, #WhyIDitchedDairy. The goal of this campaign is to get the public educated on the cruel reality of the dairy industry. My hope is that vegans are able to get #WhyIDitchedDairy as a trending topic. It’s really difficult to get a topic trending, but it’s possible if we all … Continue reading

New Upcoming Twitter Campaign: #WhyIDitchedDairy

Let’s spread the word about why we ditched dairy with the hashtag #WhyIDitchedDairy. It’s Februdairy, which is when activists take over the hashtag to spread information about the dairy industry. I was researching hashtag trends in the hopes that we could get Februdairy to trend. I started to realize that it’s unlikely to get that … Continue reading

Welcome to #Februdairy! Information & Tracking Post

Hello friends, can you believe it’s now Februdairy 2019? Last year, Februdairy was a campaign by the dairy industry (#TeamDairy on Twitter) to promote dairying and encourage consumption. Activists took over the hashtag and used it to educate the public on the cruel reality of the industry. This year, it seems that farmers are once … Continue reading