Minnesota; 29 January, 2014: Rhodes Hardwood Flooring is a market
leader and family owned business that’s been slowly but steadily building a five
star reputation in the greater Twin Cities area, that reputation hinges on it’s
stellar service and stunning attention to every detail.
Therefore, in an effort to continue that tradition, reach out to a wider audience, and to keep up with ever changing web technologies, the company has made a few simple yet saavy changes to their company web platform.
The popularity of social media is increasing at an incredible rate and Rhodes flooring company owner, Dustin Rhodes, realizes that in order to reach a wider audience and to communicate his company’s sterling reputation and value he needed to upgrade his social media outreach.
He has done just that. New features added to the company web portal include a content syndication technology which automatically shoots out helpful, relevant content to the company’s social media outlets, including their Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Google +, Facebook, and Pinterest accounts.
In case you’ve had your head in the sand for the past several years you’ll note that YouTube has a wider audience than any cable network in the 18 – 34 demographic. Or, that the fastest growing demographic on Twitter is the 55 – 64 age group.
Social media isn’t just for idle teenage gossip, if that’s your take you’re missing out on huge growth opportunities in 2014 and beyond.
In addition to syndication methods, 62% of business owner’s blog or plan to blog on their company sites in 2014. While this number is probably fairly accurate, many business owners don’t have a clue on what to blog about and will slack off in their duties in the new year, thus failing to reach out to their target markets.
This is not the case at Rhodes Hardwood Flooring, where they’ve gathered a plethora of relevant topics that will address their market’s most important questions for months and years to come. Their social media cannons are loaded and ready to rock.
The above mentioned social media statistics should get any business owner’s wheel’s turning. And if you’re not doing what Mr. Rhodes is doing you’re falling behind as more and more consumers engage in social media and rely on it to help them make buying decisions, in every market -- including your own.
For Media Contact:
Michael Smith, Thrive Web Marketing