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Change happens. YOU can make it happen.

It’s been an amazing first day of our Blogladesh campaign on behalf of Save the Children. Already hundreds of you have mobilised to offer your support, sharing our blog posts on Facebook and Twitter, re-tweeting our news and even writing blog posts of your own. Press releases have been flying out and the press interest is hot. It is incredibly exciting.

It was calculated that the reach from the #Blogladesh hashtag, reached over 40,000 people in it’s first morning alone. That’s EXTRAORDINARY! You see what happens when people come together to share a message? THAT’S what’s going to make this campaign work. YOU.

Thank you. From the bottom of my heart. Keep doing what you’re doing. Every comment, every re-tweet, every offer of support helps.

Now.

Watch this.

Begin to see the people behind the words. And know that you DO have the power to change things.

This is just the beginning folks…

Keep up to date with all the Blogladesh developments by following my blog’s RSS feed and by following me on Twitter. Don’t forget to read my team-mates blogs too – Sian at Mummy Tips (@mummytips), Eva at NixdMinx (@nixdminx) and Liz from Save the Children (@lizscarff and @SaveChildrenPR)

If you represent Press or PR and would like more information about or trip or to find out ways you can get involved, please contact me here.


2 Comments

  1. How completely awesome!! You guys rock and I’m really looking forward to hearing all about it and seeing what change we can bring about! Let me know if I can help in any way other than Tweeting about it etc! x

  2. Hi Josie,
    Just wanted to wish you all the best for the trip and let you know that we've given it a plug over at Haute Blog (www.hautemama.ie/blog/2010/08/can-mummy-bloggers-save-the-world)
    Thanks,
    Heidi

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