It’s apparent that we can all safely say that social media has taken over the communication world. “More than 80% of the 4.66 billion people on the planet with access to the internet are social network users… and this share is expected to grow” (Jens, 2020, pp.1). How wonderful, yet crazy, is it to be a click of a button and a typed out message away to talking with a friend in Europe? With social media’s ability to stay up to date by the minute, it is the preferred way to communicate for many individuals—especially in the midst of a pandemic. And, not just personally, but professionally as well.
With social media being a time consuming aspect of our daily lives, it can be a valuable tool for both individuals and businesses as well. Social media is a common trend that many businesses, no matter the industry, have adapted to over the last decade or so. For a business this is a way to promote brand image. As a consumer, it’s a way to not only see what your favorite businesses are posting about daily, but also to effectively communicate with them when needed.
At Nelson-Jameson, we think growing our social media platforms is an excellent way to open up more two-way communication with our customers. We encourage our customers to exchange ideas and interact with us on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Youtube accounts. Our goal is to increase customer engagements through our posts, shares, and likes. As a leader in the food, dairy, and beverage industries, we want to keep you updated with innovative technologies, methods, tips of the trade, and general updates about Nelson-Jameson. Our product managers, technical service representatives, and account managers want to share their wealth of expertise with you, and our social media platforms provide us the ability to do just that.
We hope to interact with you soon on our other social media platforms, and think you will find a variety of valuable information about safety, sanitation, janitorial, material handling, processing and flow, laboratory and QA/QC, and more!
Jens, B. (2020, October 28). The Future of Social Media. Retrieved March 05, 2021, from https://marketinginsidergroup.com/social-media/future-social-media/