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Innova expands social media program

Posted on January 22, 2014

Innova Electronics Corp. has expanded its social media program to directly communicate and interact with automotive professionals though its Innova Expert Diagnostics Facebook page, Twitter feed and YouTube channel.

“Social media is a great way to hear from our loyal professional customers,” says Krista Redmond, marketing supervisor for Innova.

“We have added Facebook, Twitter and YouTube especially for them as avenues to share news, provide product information, showcase videos and garner customer feedback in a very accessible way.”

The new Innova Expert Diagnostics Facebook page features the company’s news and product information, helpful tips, special promotional contests and other information for auto care professionals.

Followers on Twitter and YouTube will be kept up-to-date on the latest happenings and videos from Innova Expert Diagnostics. 

“We are very pleased how quickly our new social media community has grown and welcome new members to join the Innova Expert Diagnostics conversation,” says Redmond.

To see the company’s expanded social media platforms, visit the Innova Expert Diagnostics Facebook page, Twitter feed and YouTube channel.

Related Topics: Innova Electronics Corp., social media

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