THUNDERSTRUCK!

In my eternal search for ways to make Fibromyalgia stand out and get noticed, I have just started a(nother) new Fibromyalgia Awareness initiative in which I would be honoured if you would get involved: it’s called a Thunder Clap.

Firstly, this is NOT a Facebook page or website specific project – so I am hoping that this will be supported by ALL of us!

What is Thunderclap?

Thunderclap is a tool that lets a message be heard by saying it together. When we reach our goal number (and I have made it quite low so the message will get out there whatever happens!), Thunderclap will share the same message on EVERY supporters’ Twitter and/or Facebook page at the same time! You and others will share the same message together, spreading an idea through Facebook and Twitter that cannot be ignored!

For example:

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What is THIS Thunderclap?

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I don’t know how to turn Facebook purple (like the breast cancer awareness people do with pink), so this Thunderclap is me asking EVERYONE to upload the following cover photo to their own profiles for the entire month of May.

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The message will be published on every supporters’ Facebook page and/or Twitter feed WHEN we reach the goal number.

What Can I do to Help?

1. To support the THUNDERCLAP personally, click the link then you can:

  • add more social reach with Twitter or Facebook; and/or
  • promote the THUNDERCLAP by sharing or tweeting.

2. You can promote it on your Facebook page

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3. You can write a blog post to let all your followers know about the project.

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Our goal: to no longer be ignored! Just think…we could be trending in May!

I really hope you jump on board…and I hope this campaign can bring some major awareness!

Many people (and doctors) do not know what it is (or doubt its existence) – it is time to make people aware!

Help take the mystery out of Fibromyalgia, and help spread something more powerful: HOPE!

 

Please share, tweet, re-blog, etc. Let’s get as much coverage as possible!

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2 Comments

  1. How great is it to have and be the voice for such a debilitating auto immune disease. I have Fibromyalgia! Lets stand up and Thunderclap to be counted..

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