Spread the word
If you’d like to help deliver fliers and be on our campaign team, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can help spread the word digitally, too, through Facebook cover photos and Twibbons. And, you can print your own posters from our PDF files.
Facebook cover photos
You can also upload your own to 123PassportPhoto and it will generate a cover photo for you.
For those with Photoshop and would like even more control, you can make your own cover photo by downloading our template (scroll down).
We’ve provided a Photoshop PSD file if you want to make your own cover photo like the above. Download the template here. We’d love to see the ones you’ve made—please tell us about them on our Facebook campaign page. If you don’t have Photoshop, you can upload your photo to 123PassportPhoto and it will make one for you.
Here are the Facebook cover photos that you’ve created and told us about.
You can contribute to the Back Jack 2013 campaign with a Twibbon, which works for both Facebook and Twitter.
Surf to our Twibbon campaign page here. You can modify your profile photo on Facebook and Twitter in a few easy steps.
You can make your own posters. We’ve created two PDF files, one for locals and one for expat Kiwis, who might want to give us a plug from overseas.
Just talk about it
Beyond all our suggestions here, the best way to get word out is to engage with others. There are plenty of talking points from this campaign, one which can lead us to a brighter and stronger Wellington. Feel free to share your efforts on our Facebook page, and you can inspire others to take your lead.
A global mindset
—Books and articles
—Press releases (off-site)
—Recent coverage (off-site)
The Persuader blog
|Connected businesses and organizations
Business Mentors New Zealand
Jack Yan & Associates
Sans and Serif Trustees Ltd.
St Mark’s Church School