DidoDAI-doPart of speech: nounOrigin: Unknown, early 19th century
1A mischievous trick or prank.
Examples of Dido in a sentence “The senior class had been planning their end-of-year dido for months.” “A good dido will leave everyone laughing.”

Did you know…

… that today is Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day? Feeling a little stressed lately? Then today is your day because it’s Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day! And as anyone who’s ever come in contact with it knows, bubble wrap is not just a protective wrapping for things. It is also a wonderful stress reliever! Just squeeze the bubbles and feel the stress disappear with each POP…POP…POP. So, grab a piece of bubble wrap today, and go to town! 😉


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“My theory on housework is, if the item doesn’t multiply, smell, catch fire, or block the refrigerator door, let it be. No one else cares. Why should you?”

— Erma Bombeck


Republic Day – 26 January 

Republic Day Content Marketing Ideas

This day commemorates the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950.  

Content marketing ideas     

Listicle idea: Rights and duties you must know about as an Indian citizen 

Infographic idea: Peculiar constitutional provisions around the world  

Video idea: The best Republic Day floats 

Podcast idea: Why did it take so long to write the constitution? 

Brand campaign that worked:  

This ad by Red Label brilliantly illustrates the fact that there’s no one ‘Indian’ look and to get rid of stereotypes while identifying someone as Indian. 

International Customs Day – 26 January  

International Customs Day

This day recognizes the role of custom officials and agencies in maintaining the flow of goods across the world’s borders.  

Content marketing ideas     

Listicle idea: Unusual customs rules around the world  

Infographic idea: Why are customs duties important? 

Video idea: How did 9/11 change customs rules around the world? 

Podcast idea: What are the customs rules you should be aware of when you shop internationally?