This isn't something I've seen a lot of, but it's something I've thought a lot about since the lockdown, and since the (now locked) topic on reaching younger people.
My point was we need to meet younger people where they are, not at our club observatories an hour away from the nearest city. Where are they? Well, lots of folks from the ages of 14 to 45 are on TikTok now.
I think this is a good place to expose people to the idea that they can see a lot more in their own back yards than they think. Show off your gear, talk about it, but keep it simple. Show off your latest astrophotography, talk about the pitfalls, what worked and what didn't.
But the most important part is to be creative and have fun with it. Watch some TikTok videos to get started and get a feel for what people respond to most.
I'm going to try to put a few astronomy-related TikToks and see where it goes. Anyone else interested in this idea?