SHREVEPORT, LA (09.09.2017) – Labor Day is a day to recharge….Labor Day 2017 was just that for most across the 12volt industry. For some… in Houston, South Texas and South Louisiana….. Labor Day provided a little time to plan the next steps to recovery from Hurricane Harvey.
Many proactive 12volt companies across the U.S., and around the globe, are utilizing the power of Instagram to engage and connect with followers plus consumers. The vast majority of people utilizing social media don’t want to be “sold to.” The examples in this 12voltBite illustrate companies delivering an attention grabbing message to their followers.
Ken’s Car Tunes, with stores in Mobile AL and Pensacola, made a post that carried a working man’s theme displayed on a patriotic background.
The 12volt News post wished all an enjoyable Labor Day….with a reminder to keep all affected by Hurricane Harvey in their thoughts and prayers.
“Our goal is to encourage all across the 12volt industry to utilize this incredibly powerful social media tool to increase their company’s visibility in the marketplace. Instagram is a free app. Using only a smartphone or tablet, images and comments, can be shared with followers in less than a minute. Images posted to Instagram can automatically post to Facebook and Twitter. Companies who post images of primo installations, new products, new displays and events are connecting with followers and consumers. Utilizing the power of Instagram could definitely lead to visibility, store traffic and a good shot at writing business for 12volt retailers and other companies,” commented Mike Van Horn.
See the 12volt Central Studio “News Today” headlines post every business day, Week’s HiLites on Saturdays and Happy Birthday wishes on Sunday. “Reps on the Road,” 12voltToons and other frequent posts drive home the power of Instagrammin’.
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