Why Your Boat Needs a Facebook Page

Are your boats lonely at night? boats.com Senior Engagement Manager Lauren de Vlaming explains that maybe it is time your boat got its own Facebook page.

7th April 2013.
By Staff

Lenny: I’m afraid my boats are lonely at night. They’re all alone in the driveway, in the dark…

Lauren: Lenny, does Feather Duster have a Facebook page?

Lenny: Boats can’t have Facebook pages!

Lauren: They absolutely can. I mean, how is Feather Duster or Writeaway going to know if people are tagging them in photos?

Lenny: I didn’t know it was possible!

Lauren: And, they’re missing out on tons of events they could go to, because they aren’t getting the event invitations on Facebook.

Lenny: Wait, can they get Twitter accounts too?

Lauren: Absolutely, and really they should be hash-tagging about everything they’re doing during the day. Whether they’re fishing, or they’re just idling, they should be hash-tagging on Twitter.

Lenny: That is awesome.

Lauren: Yeah, I think so, and before you know it we’ll get everybody to be on Vine.

Lenny: Huh…?


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