What a revolutionary communications tool Twitter has become. All at once, it’s put everyone in direct contact with each other. An opportunity to stay in close touch with customers at this level is unheard of — and it’s one that smart companies are quickly seizing.
Companies that work at social media and engage their customers more directly soon discover a whole new world of communications and instant feedback — one that’s sometimes messy, sometimes uncensored, and sometimes turns out to be better than anything marketing could ever buy. For example:
@Codero is jessica alba on a fit day in a bikini
That’s a tweet taken directly from the colorful chronicle of Dene Doyle of the @Delta2Biz media development group in his quest to find the best possible host. And no, we’re not gonna say the name of the rival hosting company that’s invoked Dene’s wrath.
Likewise, in the interests of business propriety — and because we don’t want to pay her a licensing fee — we’re not going to run a photo of Jessica Alba here. (And don’t think we don’t know what kind of pageviews that would haul in. We know.)
We will, however, offer a link to Dene’s Twitter feed, and some photographic evidence, below.
Here’s what we’re trying to say, gang: We want to be in your network. We’re working hard to make your Codero experience the best it can possibly be, and it makes it all worthwhile when we get to see comments like Dene’s. (And we always return social media shout-outs, by the way.)
Here’s another of our favorite shout-outs, taken from one of our Facebook friends:
“Codero helps make Hard Drivin’ Radio and the HD Radio Network the BIGGEST and BADDEST stations on the Internet!” says Philip Foltz. ”Thanks again for your great service and support!”