ACA Social Media Posts

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Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
  • 40 posts on Twitter
  • 5 posts on Facebook
  • 3 YouTube videos (one youth story about staying on parents’ insurance, two videos of the AR Insurance Commissioner discussing the ACA/Exchange) totaling about 240 views
  • 3 blog posts on our ARVoices Blog
  • 1 Podcast on health reform from local experts (advertised on Facebook as well)
  • 2 articles in a local weekly news publication that reference AACF

Probably our two strongest pieces:

Video of Marc Peters – 192 views – Marc Peters is a student at the Clinton School of Public Service. He has a history of mental health issues. Because of the Affordable Care Act, he was able to stay on his parents' insurance plan, which allowed him to continue his studies. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_2ejZp8oOc&feature=youtu.be&noredirect=1.

Podcast, featuring Hershey Garner, a local doctor who was invited to the White House to consult on the law and Rob Leflar, a law professor who's been an outspoken proponent of the ACA: http://soundcloud.com/arkansas-advocates/the-aacf-podcast-the-aca

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Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
Blogged Every Day:
http://wiskids.blogspot.com/2012/03/celebrating-benefits-for-children-and_21.html#more

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Texas Well and Healthy (Texans Care for Children, Center for Public Policy Priorities, Children's Defense Fund Texas)

65 tweets on 4 Twitter feeds about ACA & health care that week + Facebook posts on 4 FB pages

Sample metrics, posts & tweets at: http://twitter.com/TXWellHealthy and http://facebook.com/KidsWellTexas
Blog posts:
http://texaswellandhealthy.org/2012/03/20/top-10-reasons-to-celebrate-health-reform/
http://www.livemom.com/2012/03/19/counting-on-a-health-care-happy-ending/

Retweets: 14
Reach: 15,173
People talking about this for the week (FB): 81
People sharing stories for the week: 148
Virality on highest-rated post - 5.73% (453 people)

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