Easyspace has been making its mark on the world of Twitter, to the delight of many of its customers and new found Twitter followers.
While Easyspace has been blogging for a number of years now and has been using various other social channels such as delicious, Reddit and Facebook, it’s the move to the world of Twitter earlier in the year that has had the biggest reaction.
Over 300 Twitter users now follow the Easyspace Twitter profile ( http://twitter.com/easyspace ), combining a mixture of customers, industry persons and those just interested in anything related to domain names and web hosting.
Now, more than ever, those followers are beginning to feel the benefits of choosing to follow Easyspace. Often the first to hear of product updates, the first to hear of Easyspace related news announcements and the quickest to let Easyspace know of any service issues, they are now being rewarded with a selection of ongoing offers exclusive to Twitter followers.
“We’ve been blogging for a number of years now and have used a number of other social channels to spread the Easyspace brand name, but the move to Twitter has led to some very interesting conversations with our new found following, allowing us to improve services, improve relationships and allowing us a faster channel to market with product announcements and news. It’s not to unlike a dedicated continuous focus group.” comments Errol Vanderhorst, Managing Director at Easyspace.
“We’ve decided to reward this relationship with regular, random offers promoted only to those following us on Twitter. There is no set plan to the offers. We simply pick a time, pick a product and pick an offer and announce it on Twitter. It’s a simple as the Twitter model itself.”
To date the Easyspace Twitter offers have included 40% off .tel Domain Names, 10% off any Web Hosting package, 50% off StarterPlus Web Hosting and a competition to win one of 5 free .com Domain Names.
Make sure you don’t miss out on these offers and start following Easyspace on Twitter today: http://twitter.com/easyspace