Make it an option: Use the hashtag #MakeitAnOption to make your organic produce delivery a thing of the past.
In just a few weeks, the hashtag will be trending on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and other social media platforms.
Here’s how: Use #Make itAnOption and tweet the hashtag with the hashtag to @organic_produce.
You can use the hashtag, but it’s best to use the word “option” to emphasize the hashtag’s intent.
#MakeItanOption, for instance, would mean you can pick up a gallon of organic produce, which would be worth $5.99 at the time of this writing.
This option would have the same impact if you picked up organic produce for $2.99 and were paying $4.99 for that.
You can also use #Make ItAnOption for any other product you want, such as: an organic bar of soap that you want to use to clean your bathroom, or a vegan chocolate bar that you’re going to make for yourself.
I don’t recommend using #MakeItsAnOption on a package, because it could be confusing for people who aren’t organic farmers or food producers, and the hashtag could also get out of hand.
Instead, try using the #MakeIfItsAnoption hashtag on packages, and if you’re really, really good at it, tweet it.
You might not always get the hashtag back, but your message will be retweeted more often than you can say “organic” without being accused of being a racist.
Once you’ve tweeted the hashtag and you’re ready to order, use it to indicate to the store or grocery store where you want your organic goods delivered.
Here are some examples of how to use #GiveItToYou, #MakeTheChoice, and #MakeInOrder to make sure you’re sending the right things to the right person.
You should be able to find out exactly where you’re getting your organic supplies, but if you need more guidance, consider using #GiveYouYours, #GiveYourFriend, and/or #MakeOrder.
And if you don’t want to buy the organic stuff you need at the store, you can always order online at OrganicGrocery.com.
Make the choice, organic or not: If you’re an organic farmer, organic producer, or organic consumer, the #GiveitToYou hashtag is a great way to show your support for the organic farming industry.
And it’s not just about giving back.
If you’re a grocery store owner, you’re probably already familiar with #GiveThisToYou.
You know the sentiment: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
For organic farmers, #giveittoyou means that you’ll give organic produce to a neighbor, friend, or family member for free, as long as they sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).
You can even get creative with #givethistoyou to show that you care about the environment.
If you think your neighbors will love it, consider creating a #GiveThatToYou tag for them.
And if you do choose to buy organic produce from a store, consider doing so with #MakeAnOption.
Some organic producers, such with Whole Foods, will even offer a “Buy Organic” option to their customers.
But, if you want organic produce at a grocery or grocery delivery place, #makeitanoption is for you.
Here’s how to make the most of it.