Adding social media accounts to your Happy Boards playlist can bring variety and excitement without having to do a lot of work. Adding your own social media accounts gives you a way to show off your work and culture within your office. And adding a few more social media accounts of trusted sources can make your Happy Boards even more interesting and keep the content fresh 24/7.
Consider adding these social media accounts to your playlist for an infusion of hometown pride, beautiful photography and thought-provoking trends.
The Des Moines Register has an endless supply of eye-catching headlines, feel-good stories and viral videos. With 30+ new posts per day, you’ll never run out of fresh content!
Get an endless supply of Iowa-pride stories with the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs. You’ll see what’s going on around the state and take in Iowa fun facts on the regular with this account.
The Greater Des Moines Partnership’s Twitter feed will keep you up-to-date with the goings on around town. Get an inside look at almost every event and keep up with all of the awards Des Moines wins on a weekly basis.
Want to know which Grammy nominee receives the most searches on Google? Interested in the most-searched NFL players? Looking for the top questions on the winter storm in Boston? Google Trends has all this and more-all day every day.
The Des Moines Art Center is a gem and their Instagram is here to prove it. Their feed is full of gorgeous photos of art along with updates on exhibitions, art memes and reposts from loving patrons.
It’s the official hashtag of Des Moines! See what your neighbors are up to around town with this hashtag. We suggest using the moderation feature for any hashtags to make sure all content is squeaky clean for sharing!
Brian Abeling is an Iowa photographer who shares photos from around the state. His feed will keep your Happy Boards so beautiful, you might have to pull people away from the screen!
These are just a few of the literal thousands of accounts that show off the city or keep residents up to date. The point is, your Happy Boards are yours and they are fully capable to reflect what you’re interested in. Share on!