President’s Day Explodes Over Social Media
President’s Day is here. For most of the people it is just a holiday that does not come with any celebration, thus on President’s day most of the people either go outstation on long weekend, go to malls to get their hands on sales, or consider it a day to do laundry. Therefore, there are very few who remember the President’s and think of them in some way.
For social media junkies the President’s day can be a great day to remember the past Presidents. An interesting way of remembering the past Presidents would be to imagine what kind of social media platforms they would be using if they were alive at present. The lines below give a new perspective to viewing the popular past presidents on President’s Day by imagining the kind of social media platforms would they are using.
George Washington the Facebook User:
George Washington besides being the father of the country, was also a general, statesman, surveyor and he and his wife were known for their hospitality to the travelers in Mount Vernon. Therefore, for all his manners and the spirit of making friends with people and spreading love, it can be presumed that if he were alive, he would have been a frequent user of Facebook. Hence, the Facebook profile of George Washington would have been full with countless friends and photos that showed all the good times they had in their reunions at his house.
John Adams the Man with Links:
The second president of our country John Adams was known for his influential links. He was renowned for connecting with influential people, convincing and persuading them to connect and recommend him and change their views. Therefore, if John Adams were alive today, he would have surely been a proficient user of LinkedIn where his profile would have been full with all sorts of recommendations, endorsements and countless connections.
Thomas Jefferson the Blogger:
Thomas Jefferson, the third president of our country was known for the solitary time he would spend every day in writing documents and letters. Thus, from this habit of his, he seems to be a man of words and if he were alive at present, he would have been one of the most renowned bloggers on the internet. His blog would have been a hub of knowledge and information regarding everything would have been available with all the details.
Abraham Lincoln the Tweeter:
Abraham Lincoln is known for the brevity in his speech. With all the learning he had he always used short speech to convey his message to the audience. Therefore, if he were alive today, he would have been a famous Tweeter, who would have been known for his short yet full of wisdom tweets. Moreover, if anyone had to look for an example of using twitter characters in the best way, he or she would have to visit Lincoln’s account and see how he excellently utilized each and every character to give maximum information and knowledge.
Theodore Roosevelt the Instagramer:
Besides being the 26th President of United States, Theodore Roosevelt was known for his cowboy background and the spirit of adventure which he had out of which he traveled to Europe, explored Amazon River and went on a safari in Africa. Therefore, if Roosevelt was alive today, he would surely have been a leading Instagram user where he would post pictures of his every adventure and every journey.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt the YouTube Channel Owner:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was known for the chats he had with people and how he wanted to connect with people on a personal level. Therefore, if he were alive and wanted people to know about his views and would have appreciated their views in return, then he would have been an owner of YouTube channel where he would be discussing his ideology and policies with people before actually applying them.
In a nutshell, the aforementioned is just an example of how a social media junkie would visualize or think about the Presidents on the President’s day. The need is that everyone in his or her respective profession should idealize how the great Presidents would have done what they do.