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Social Networking Your Brand

Posted March 05, 2012 11:00 AM by Brush Research

What does social networking have to do with brush manufacturing? Can social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube help North American brush manufacturers build their brands?

What about blogging, Digg, Google+, QR Codes, and now Pinterest? How can social media marketing (SMM) support a company's larger product development, on-line branding, and digital media strategies?

Social Networking FAQs

For organizations across North America, the 2012 ABMA Convention is the place to ask these and other questions about social networking. Now in its 95th year, the annual convention of the American Brush Manufacturers Association (ABMA) is more than a tradeshow or a chance to chat with industry peers. This year's event is an opportunity to learn about social networking and social media - an "information revolution" that some have compared to the invention of the printing press.

The Social Network for Brush Manufacturers

As one of our industry's social media pioneers, Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM) looks forward to learning more about social networking later this week, when the ABMA convenes from March 7 to 10 at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. "Using Social Networking to Build Your Brand," a presentation by internationally-renowned business leader David Carson, highlights a lineup of exciting offerings from ABMA Educational Institute, which offers videos like this.

Social Sharing from BRM

If you can't attend this week's ABMA event, or if you'd like to see for yourself how BRM uses social networking, we invite you to "talk to us" on these social media channels.

Twitter

Facebook

LinkedIn

YouTube

Google+

We look forward to getting to know you!

This article originally appeared in the Flex-Hone Blog.

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07/28/2012 12:01 PM

We're real big on social networking to increase brand. With the latest popular platform, Pinterest, you can see our PLC Tech boards as a great example. We are now turning our focus to creating infographics to better utilize the graphic capabilities of social networking (specifically Pinterest.) See our example "Top 10 SCADA Security Threats" as an example.

Stay connected with us via LinkedIn - Twitter - Blog - Youtube - Ning - Google - FaceBook - SlideShare - Flickr - PhotoBucket

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