Social media is an important tool in today’s fast changing media climate. While many companies view things such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Internet blogs as trends, these tools are evolving into reputable mediums to interact with your customers, gain insights about your industry and share your message. Companies that are forging ahead with new social media strategies have an edge against those who remain tied to the old methods of communication.
Rubicon Case Study
Rubicon Twitter account
Schroder PR suggested that Rubicon begin a Twitter account:@RubiconGroup to capitalize on emerging social media opportunities. After conducting research on the level of participation Rubicon’s key audiences had on social media venues, we determined that there was a wide audience of hotel managers, hotel brands, revenue management personnel and other hospitality and travel experts with Twitter accounts engaging in conversations daily.
In conjunction with several members of the Rubicon staff Schroder PR posts regular “tweets” for Rubicon. Schroder also reaches out and interacts with other members of the Twitter community by responding to things other users have “tweeted” and by direct-messaging other users for their insights and to establish relationships.