Social Media

You can keep up to date with public holidays with our social media pages


Since 2009 each public and national holiday has been tweeted from our Twitter account. If you follow us, you will get these updates and nothing else, no spam, no direct messages - it's simply a service so that you can keep up with who is on holiday and why. The latest three posts from our twitter feed is published at the bottom of all our pages.


We post a bit of background on key public holidays and post every national day as a status update on Facebook. We don't post status updates on anything else, so if you Like us, we won't swamp your timeline with uncessary posts and updates.

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If there are any interesting images we use for public holidays, we add these to boards on Pinterest. Currently images get posted to Festivals, Independence Days, New Year's Days and Infographics.


Our posts on LinkedIn are more general. We highlight major upcoming holidays that can impact on companies, and share infographics and news on new holidays or new countries that we cover.


Each public and national holiday is posted on our Google+ page. On our Google+ page we also post interesting articles related to holidays published elsewhere. Again, if you follow us, you won't get any spam or direct messages.

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