Seaplanemagazine.com Launches “Showcase Page” On LinkedIn
Seaplanemagazine.com announces the launch of its new LinkedIn “Showcase Page”. Titled Seaplanemagazine.com – News, the presence aims to further develop the sites reach and audience, among General and Business Aviation pilots, but also to connect with more aviation businesses and news-makers from the industry.
Connecting with readers and followers is paramount in today’s social media driven environment, not only to keep growing the sites audience, but to discover new ways of generating the business we need to keep this site sustainable. With both, Facebook and Twitter artificially limiting reach, this diversification makes sense as more and more reading is limited to the screen of smart devices.
By January 1st, the sites Facebook Page had gained nearly 850 followers, up from just 336 in January 2017. The social media page currently brings just 35% of our overall traffic, reaching a total of 500-600 Facebook users per day. The Twitter presence, currently has 200+ followers, but provides only insignificant traffic.
If you are on LinkedIn, feel free to follow Seaplanemagazine.com – News and as always, we appreciate your help in reaching more people by liking and sharing our posts!
Seaplanemagazine.com is THE most up to date news & media site for seaplane pilots as well as owners of seaplanes and flying boats. We reach a growing international audience of professionals, business executives and industry decision makers, aircraft owners, mechanics, designated pilot examiners, instructors and pilots. We bring at least one article per day, covering Seaplanes, General & Business Aviation editorially. Our current editorial team includes Chris Buckner, Dave Marion, Sky Terry and Jason Baker among more than 14 guest editors. Do you have a news release or interesting information to share? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org – Please indicate in your news release if it is intended for immediate release or subject to an embargo. Corrections to news releases must be received in a timely manner. We cannot publish news releases which do not contain at least one medium to high quality picture. If you cannot submit a picture, direct us to an online source to find and use appropriate images.