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Team Hashtags, Anyone?

20 Oct

Care had a fun idea: squads could use hashtags to find one another on Twitter! So! To get some team pride going, use these in your tweets:

Why these hashtags in particular? A couple of reasons:

  1. They had to be short! Especially if you’re including the #readathon hashtag too. So, we nixed full team names.
  2. #team___ is pretty common, but #cheer___ is not. Searches for these hashtags on Twitter turned up nothing, so they’re all ours!
  3. If you forget your team’s hashtag and don’t want to come back here, the formula is easy: # + cheer + the first word in your team’s name. Simple!

Have fun with these, guys! Let’s make this an awesome event!!

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Welcome, October ’11 Cheerleaders!

25 Sep

Hi cheerleaders!

Thanks for signing up to cheer with us. (Haven’t signed up? You can do that on the main Read-A-Thon site.) We’re glad you’re here! Take a look around the site — there’s lots of good info. As we get closer to the Read-A-Thon, you’ll receive an email assigning you to a particular cheering squad, but don’t worry about that for now.

If you’d like a button for your blog, feel free to grab one from the sidebar. And if you have any questions, send one of us an email using the addresses below.

Your Read-A-Thon Cheer Captains,

Trish: trishsreadingnook {at} gmail {dot} com
Erin
erinreadsblog {at} gmail {dot} com