‘Social media isn’t a fad it is a fundamental shift in the way we communicate’
Social media has taken the world by storm. People of all age groups talk, learn and interact with their colleagues and friends; developing relationships on a multimedia level.
Kim Lowe, Marketing Manager
It is now the number one online activity and two thirds of the global internet population visit social networks taking up 10% of all internet time.
As the familiar brands of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter become words in our everyday vocabulary is it time that we all embrace this and look at ways at how we can use it for ourselves? Interestingly the fastest growing segment on Facebook is said to be 55-65 year old females. But what can you do for your business?
With the media emphasising the fact that social media is important to businesses of all sizes, what ways can you use these tools to your advantage?
At Old Mill we have created a Facebook page, which is our forum to promote our event programme, by adding information and booking details. It is another way to inform and gain interest in the events we put on throughout the year. We will also be using Facebook to advertise job vacancies; it is now recognised as a major recruitment tool.
LinkedIn has also now been established, and our Old Mill page is up and running, promoting our events and engaging with other professionals, this is a more business to business forum, and we are always seeking new followers.
It is important to note, that we are using our Facebook and LinkedIn pages on a social level. No client details or information is ever added. For any business queries then please always speak directly to your Old Mill contact.
Find us on Facebook and Linked-In
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