Co-Marketing Center

Organizations of all kinds can use the resources in this Co-Marketing Center to show their support for International Data Center Day. When posting, be sure to tag us! Our hashtag is: #intldatacenterday

Badges and banners can be used on various websites, including your own, to help promote your participation in International Data Center Day. We have supplied a number of common badges and banners for your use. When using the items below please link them to https://www.internationaldatacenterday.org

To download the following images, right-click on the badge/banner (on a Mac hold the Ctrl button and click on the image) select the option; “Save image as” or “Save picture as” (depending on the browser), select your destination and click the “Save” button.

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Sample Twitter Posts

“@your_handle is celebrating International #DataCenter Day on 3/25/20 #intldatacenterday @7x24exchange internationaldatacenterday.org”

“On March 25, celebrate International #DataCenter Day with the rest of the #DataCenters industry. #intldatacenterday @7x24exchange internationaldatacenterday.org”

“Share your enthusiasm for #datacenters by joining us in celebrating #intldatacenterday on March 25, 2020.”

Sample Facebook and LinkedIn Posts

“International Data Center Day is designed to create awareness of the data center industry and to inspire the next generation of talent. Join us in celebrating our industry on Wednesday, March 25, 2020! For more information or to participate, visit https://www.internationaldatacenterday.org”

“International Data Center Day provides the industry an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a collaborative effort, what data centers are, why they are so important to our connected world, and the wide array of career opportunities that are part of the data center industry. Join us on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, as we celebrate the Data Center Industry. https://www.internationaldatacenterday.org”

“This year, International Data Center Day takes place on Wednesday, March 25th, 2020. Join us as we help to usher in the next generation of mission critical operators into the field. https://www.internationaldatacenterday.org”

 Artwork

To download the following images, right-click on the badge/banner (on a Mac hold the Ctrl button and click on the image) select the option; “Save image as” or “Save picture as” (depending on the browser), select your destination and click the “Save” button.

Use the provided email copy below to create or supplement your email campaigns about International Data Center Day. Feel free to modify the copy as well as use the artwork provided.


First Mailing

Sample Subject Line: Join us as we celebrate International Data Center Day

Your Logo or Header

Greeting,

We are extremely excited to be celebrating International Data Center Day with the rest of the mission critical field. International Data Center Day is designed to create awareness of the data center industry and to inspire the next generation of talent. International Data Center Day provides the industry an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a collaborative effort, what data centers are, why they are so important to our connected world, and the wide array of career opportunities that are part of the data center industry. By working together during and after International Data Center Day, the industry can connect with future generations and ensure a steady flow of skilled labor, enhance the public image of data centers and safeguard the ongoing prosperity of the data center industry.

This year, the recognized day is Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Our celebration will take place ahead of that when we [ENTER ACTIVITY INFORMATION HERE].

For more information about International Data Center Day, visit www.internationaldatacenterday.org

Your Signature


Follow-Up Mailing

Sample Subject Line: A quick reminder about our upcoming celebration!

Your Logo or Header

Greeting,

This is just a quick reminder to let you know about our upcoming [ENTER ACTIVITY NAME] in celebration of International Data Center Day. As you may have seen, we’ll be [ENTER ACTIVITY INFORMATION HERE].

International Data Center Day is designed to create awareness of the data center industry and to inspire the next generation of talent. International Data Center Day provides the industry an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a collaborative effort, what data centers are, why they are so important to our connected world, and the wide array of career opportunities that are part of the data center industry. By working together during and after International Data Center Day, the industry can connect with future generations and ensure a steady flow of skilled labor, enhance the public image of data centers and safeguard the ongoing prosperity of the data center industry.

For more information about International Data Center Day, visit www.internationaldatacenterday.org


Email Images

Each of the following email images is 600 pixels wide. Note that you can also use any of the other images on the other tabs.

Display your support for International Data Center Day with one of our printable posters. Simply download the poster or tabletop PDF file and bring it or send it to your local print shop. The recommendation is to print it on thicker stock paper or foam board so that you can reuse it for future events.

Posters and Tabletop Displays

Social Media Frames
Use these frames when taking photos at your International Data Center Day event. Two versions are provided. The first version separates the image from the die cut, whereas the second version incorporates the die cuts into the art.

Non-DIE Version

Feel free to insert these images into your email signature to show your support of International Data Center Day. Be sure to link it to https://internationaldatacenterday.org

To download the following images, right-click on the badge/banner (on a Mac hold the Ctrl button and click on the image) select the option; “Save image as” or “Save picture as” (depending on the browser), select your destination and click the “Save” button.

Did You Know?

According to some forecasts, there will be 75 billion internet connected devices by 2025!

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