Run out of places to share Takata recall posts? Try these ideas.

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Carma Project’s Ambassador program has been around for a little over a year now, and yes, the Takata airbag recall remains an issue. As an Ambassador, you may have already gone through all the missions on our site, and now you’re sharing posts from the email missions you’ve been receiving the past couple of months.

We realize there’s only so many times you can post about the same recall to Facebook and Twitter, so we wanted to provide you with a list of suggestions of places where you can post and share, and potentially earn more CarmaCoin.

Facebook Groups

By now you’ve probably posted to your Facebook wall, but are you a member of any Facebook groups? Groups are a great way to share information and let people know about the Takata airbag recall. If your group actively engages in discussion, there’s an opportunity to answer questions that people might have, and let them know why it’s important to check their vehicles. hi

Group Texts

Are you part of any text threads with a group of friends or family members? Whether you use iMessage, WhatsApp, or GroupMe, group chats are a great place to share information with your friends. Tell them to check their vehicles to make sure they are safe!

Reddit (and Other Forums)

Forums are places where people gather online to discuss a specific topic, which makes them great for sharing information about recalls. Reddit is a site where users are especially engaged. Check out Reddits, Subreddits, and other forums that are specific to auto recalls, cars in general, safety, families, or any other specific forum, where people would find information about recalls useful.


In the Comments

The comments section of news articles, or even Facebook posts and ads, are often hotbeds for discussion. If you share a post about the Takata airbag recall there, you may reach an engaged audience, and if they click your link, that’s another chance to earn CarmaCoin.

Have any other ideas about where to post, or want to share tactics that worked for you? Feel free to reach out to us at hello@carmaproject.com