The benefits of being social

Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire took the plunge into social media last month, with the setting up of a Twitter account and a Facebook page. Meanwhile long-term social media exponents, The Spires, continue to see the benefits.

Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire

The beauty of Camphill is its focus on what people can do, not what they can’t

The results speak for themselves. In the first 30 days the Twitter account was responsible for no less than 600 clicks onto the Camphill Aberdeen City and and Shire website.

Twitter and Facebook are now part of the public relations strategy for Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire in 2010.

The Spires, operators of serviced suites in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, are continuing to see the benefits from their social media campaigns.

Breakfast at The Spires
Breakfast at The Spires

“By linking Twitter and our Facebook page with our website, we have been able to build up a loyal following,” explains The Spires National Sales Manager, Craig Duguid. “In fact, we recently broke the 1,000 follower milestone. That’s quite impressive for our business as it means there are a thousand people out there who have made the effort to become followers of our flow of news, competitions, special offers and discounts.”
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