Any shrewd business owner realizes the importance of utilizing social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to establish communication channels with customers. We wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t use these channels or if we didn’t take notice of how other ecommerce websites (more specifically, our competition) are using Social Media to connect with their customers.
Frankly, we are perplexed and astounded in the fact that many companies utilize programs like Twitter to spam non-suspecting individuals with excessive self-promotion. In fact, one of our main competitors spammed the same message to 40 innocent Tweeters in a 5 minute time frame.
At Forever Lazy, we find that to be not only abusive, but unnecessary. It is our goal to use Twitter and Facebook to include current and potential customers in the conversation about what they are looking for, what they like, don’t like, and any other information that can be used to better serve them. We want to take the opposite approach of our competition, not to message out, but to message in! We’re confident that the benefits for open and comfortable communication between current and potential customers outweigh whatever benefits we would get from shamelessly spamming random Tweeters.
Since we want to hear from you, we have decided to hold a monthly drawing to give away a FREE Uni-Lazy every month to one of our current or potential customers. Here’s how it will work… If you follow us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/foreverlazy), are a member of our Forever Lazy Facebook fan page, or submit a “Contact Us” form, you will be eligible to win a FREE Uni-Lazy if you offer us any valuable insight in regards to the Uni-Lazy or ForeverLazy in general. Any information we receive that can be used to better serve you would be greatly appreciated and would enter you in the monthly drawing to win a FREE Uni-Lazy. Then, at the end of every month, we will randomly select someone and send them a coupon code for a FREE Uni-Lazy. So please, take a couple minutes and let us know what you think, and potentially receive an awesome value in return, now that’s a lazy way to get a Uni-Lazy!