#BBCtrending: Can social media save the Union?

In less than a month Scotland will vote on whether to leave the UK, in a referendum on independence.

Leading the official campaigns for each side are Yes Scotland and Better Together. But there are also large grass roots movements on both sides of volunteers on the ground and online.

Anne-Marie Tomchak from BBC Trending went to the Scottish Highlands, Edinburgh and Glasgow to find out how Better Together supporters are using social media to reach the electorate.

This is one of two BBC Trending reports featuring voices from each side of the referendum debate. Watch our video about Lady Alba, a Yes supporter using a cover version of Lady Gaga to satirise No voters.

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