SnapRetail receives national social media award
September 9, 2011-- Home Accents Today,
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - SnapRetail has been awarded third place in Social Media Examiner ‘s 2011 contest for "Top 10 Small Business Facebook Pages" nationwide.
"The team at SnapRetail is thrilled to be recognized by Social Media Examiner as one of the nation's Top 10 Small Business Facebook Pages in 2011," said Ted Teele, CEO of SnapRetail. "The people who work at SnapRetail are passionate about helping small business owners across the United States to compete with larger retailers by using social media, which makes this recognition even more rewarding."
Crystal Vilkaitis, director of social media at SnapRetail, said "We find that independent retailers are hungry for easy-to-understand information on Facebook to use in their own businesses. So we load SnapRetail's Facebook page with lots of how-to's for our customers."
Social Media Examiner's panel of judges reviewed over 1,400 nominations and finalists, analyzing landing pages, engagement, reader involvement and creative use of promotions. SnapRetail was recognized for its use of quotes, links and personal stories, and for its welcome tab's video and integration with other social media platforms. Social Media Examiner also recognized the ability of SnapRetail's "Snappy Hour" to increase conversation, involvement and answer social media marketing questions.
Recently recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of America's 100 Brilliant Companies, SnapRetail is the fastest growing technology provider to independent retailers in the $75 billion U.S. market for gift and home products, according to a press release.
SnapRetail has created TrafficBuilder, a quick and affordable online marketing system that gives retailers the ability to create high-impact emails, Facebook, or Twitter posts in minutes.SnapRetail has more than 80 vendor partners including Vera Bradley, Midwest-CBK, Mud Pie and Yankee Candle.
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