The way people communicate has changed significantly over the years, and today, more people have taken their conversations online to blogs, forums and social networking sites. These online portals provide places for people to discuss news, find new job opportunities, interact with their favorite companies or simply share what their plans are for the day. Plus, they allow people to quickly and easily keep in touch and stay educated on information that interests them.
That’s why Ocean Mist Farms is involved in social networks and wants to hear from you online! Check out the following ways you can interact with us on popular social networks Twitter, Facebook and YouTube:
Twitter is a site dedicated to sharing news and information through 140-character updates called “tweets.” On Twitter, Ocean Mist Farms provides recipes, interesting cooking tips and information on Artichoke promotions that are available around the country. Follow us by searching for “@artichokerecipe” or visit the Ocean Mist Farms Twitter account here: twitter.com/artichokerecipe.
Facebook is a social network where you can share photos, videos, news, information and updates about yourself, as well as create a personalized page to connect with friends, family and companies. You can become a friend of Ocean Mist Farms’ Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/oceanmistfarms to learn more about the Ocean Mist Farms and the delicious vegetables we grow.
YouTube is a video site that let’s people upload and share videos they have created or find interesting. People on YouTube can also create personal profiles and comment and rate other videos they like! Check out Ocean Mist Farms’ YouTube page, where we share our most recent cooking videos and show you how to prepare delicious Ocean Mist Farms Artichokes.
For more information on getting started on Twitter, check out Mashable’s Twitter guidebook and TwiTip’s article on 10 steps for getting started on Twitter. There is also plenty of information about getting involved on
Facebook and YouTube by visiting the Facebook user guide and Mahalo’s online YouTube tips.
See you online!
Sources: eMarketer.com, TwiTip.com, Mashable.com