Social Media planning can sometimes be a little hard, but this is why we provide a Social Media Calendar for you to help strategize your social!

The month of March has a few items to help drive your business, and gain more reach. Check out the specific notes on these dates from the Social Media Calendar!


If you aren't getting the Social Media Calendar, download it here!




March 1: Mardi Gras

  • Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday", reflecting the practice of the last night of eating rich, fatty foods before the ritual Lenten sacrifices and fasting of the Lenten season.
  • The millions of colored beaded necklaces thrown from floats are the most visible symbols and souvenirs of Mardi Gras.
  • The colors of Mardi Gras are Purple (Justice), Gold (Power) and Green (Faith).
  • The original Mardi Gras began in the city of Mobile, Alabama in 1703.
  • Mardi Gras is more than just a day, it’s an entire season. Carnival Season begins on Twelfth Night (January 6) and ends on Fat Tuesday.
  • King Cakes were originally baked with a fava bean inside. The tradition was that whoever got the bean in their piece of cake was crowned, “King of the Day.”

  • Check out the Mardi Gras Sets

    March 2: Dr Seuss’s Birthday


    March 3: Your Story OR April Giveaway

    Your Story: Share a pic or GO LIVE with what you are looking forward to in March
    April Birthday Giveaway: It is March 1st! Can you believe it? You know what that means, it is GIVEAWAY time!
    Now through March 26th - Tag a friend or loved one with an APRIL birthday. On March 26th we'll draw a name. The winner will receive one FREE Yard Card Rental!
    *Local Delivery Only
    **Cannot be combined with any other discount or used on a current order.

    March 4: Employee Appreciation Day

    March 5: Spring/This or That Template

    March 6: National Dentist’s Day & Schedule the Week

    March 7: Share a client testimonial and the setup

    Don’t forget to tag your customer!
    **Bonus Tip: always ask clients to leave a review on social media, Google, or your website.

    March 8: International Women's Day

    Celebrated on March 8 every year around the world. It is a focal point for women’s rights. The United Nations began celebrating the day in 1977. International Women’s Day grew out of efforts in the early 20th century to promote women’s rights, especially suffrage. In its campaign for female enfranchisement, the Socialist Party of America in 1909 held the first National Woman’s Day. Women earn 23% less than men globally. Women occupy only 24% of parliamentary seats worldwide. 1 in 3 have experienced physical or sexual violence.
    Purple, green and white are the colors of International Women’s Day. Purple signifies justice and dignity. Green symbolizes hope. White represents purity.

    March 9: National Barbie Day

    In 1959, an 11-inch tall bombshell made her debut at the American International Toy Fair in New York. Designed by Ruth Handler, the co-founder of Mattel Inc., Barbie was created to allow girls to imagine what their lives could be like in the future. Today, more than 100 dolls are sold every minute, with a total of 58 million sold annually!
    Check out the Barbie Set

    March 10: Your Story

    Share a pic or GO LIVE with a “lucky” story. Perhaps you won a large amount of money, maybe you cheated death, or you have a crazy lucky penny collection. Share it with your followers!

    March 11: Share Local Events

    Look ahead and share local events happening for St. Patrick’s Day
    (5K, Parade, Irish Festival, Green Beer Tasting, etc.)

    March 12: Working Mom’s Day

    This day of recognition aims to honor the 70% of women with children under 18 years of age who participate in today’s labor force. At great personal sacrifice, the working mothers of the world make substantial contributions not only to corporate success but also to the Nation’s economic growth and to the increasing strength of the American family.
    In 2018, Welch’s conducted a survey of 2,000 American mothers with kids between 5 and 12 years of age. The study revealed that a mother starts her day, on average, at 6:23 am and doesn’t conclude duties until 8:31 pm working a 14-hour day, seven days a week. The study offered that a working mom clocks in 98 hours, making it equivalent to working 2.5 full time jobs.

    March 13: Daylight Saving Time & Schedule the Week

    March 14: National Pi Day

    “Probably no symbol in mathematics has evoked as much mystery, romanticism, misconception and human interest as the number pi.” William L. Schaaf, Nature and History of Pi

    March 15: Easter Promotion

    Start promoting and planting seeds for Easter!

    March 16: Post a collage featuring green displays

    Post a collage of green displays from your past setups to ramp up for tomorrow!

    March 17: St. Patrick’s Day

    March 18: Awkward Moments Day/Your Story

    Share a pic or GO LIVE with an awkward or embarrassing moment.

    March 19: National Laugh Day

    Share a funny meme or joke.
    Post a picture of a funny display!

    March 20: First Day of Spring & Schedule the Week

    March 21: World Down Syndrome Day

    March 22: Tuesday Tip

    Share a tip with your customers for scheduling or setups!

    March 23: National Puppy Day

    March 24: National Cocktail Day

    March 25: Your Story

    Share your favorite thing about yardcarding! The reactions, bringing joy, building community, etc.

    March 26: Remind about Easter Promotion & Announce winner of Birthday Giveaway

    March 27: Quote & Schedule the Week

    March 28: Share your favorite setup from the past month

    March 29: Mom & Pop business Owner’s day

    Give a shout out to your local business of choice and be sure to tag them.
    They might even share your post!

    March 30: Doctor’s Day

    Shout out to your local heroes! Share a story in your community.

    March 31: Feedback & Reviews

    Shout out to your local heroes! Share a story in your community. Post positive customer reviews or feedback you have received and spread the love for your customers by sharing those setups!

    Hopefully you have found some of this more elaborate explanations helpful to you, and you see some success from the execution! Feel free to message us if you have any questions or comments!



    Shop the Store Now →