Aim Social Media Image Bank

The Aim Social Media Image Bank is a collection of social media graphics for you to use on your community Facebook and Twitter pages to help boost engagement in some of your most important and timely municipal announcements. Images can increase views and interactions with your posts by more than 35%, according to both Facebook and Twitter. Therefore, your residents are more likely to see that boil water notice, street closure announcement, or reminder post announcing town hall will be closed in observance of a holiday when you use an image to promote your message.

Suggested by Tell City Mayor Chris Cail and inspired by Aim’s Every Action Counts campaign, using the images is easy! Email Kyle Lubelski ([email protected]) for the Dropbox Link and download the graphic you need. No design experience necessary!

Aim Hometown Innovations Newsletter

Creating new parks to attract economic development. Opening business incubators to help entrepreneurs grow. Collaborating to launch a regional bike share program.

Those are just a few ways Indiana’s cities and towns are embracing innovation. And Aim is here to offer Hoosiers a fresh look into the creativity that’s transforming our communities for the future. Aim’s vibrant and dynamic communications endeavor, the Hometown Innovations Newsletter, comes packed with stories and multimedia features on the coolest projects and trends underway across the state. Together with our Hometown Innovations Podcast, the tools share the municipal story.

To subscribe to the Hometown Innovations Newsletter, please submit the below form.

Aim Hometown Innovations Podcast

The Aim Hometown Innovations Podcast features interviews with municipal leaders, state executives, lawmakers, Aim staff and many other experts in government.

There are two ways to listen to the Hometown Innovations Podcast – listen to each episode on Podbean below or subscribe in iTunes or Google Play!

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