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.

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:


Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
Blogged Every Day:

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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: and
Blog posts:

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)