(PRWEB UK) 23 August 2012
The addition of social media to MotorCycle Direct’s portfolio aims to provide customers with alternative channels that are simple and quick to access when contacting the motorcycle insurer. MCD’s Marketing Manager Clare Base praised the progress stating that ‘the addition of social networks to our communication strategy is a huge step towards a closer community of happy bikers. We want to engage our customers honestly and effectively and social media will be pivotal in helping us achieve this.’
MCD’s presence on the most popular of social mediums - Facebook, Google+, Twitter and YouTube will enable users to access vast quantities of information including, but not limited to, motorcycle reviews, events and competitions. Direct links enable users to obtain hassle free insurance quotes from the MCD website and the many helpful hints and tips provide great advice on topics such as how to keep insurance premiums low and how to provide basic first aid in an emergency.
Each month there are competitions to win biking accessories, such as this months’s motorcycle meta alarm, all of which are publicised on MCD’s social media pages. Simply following MCD before 30th September on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter enters users into a competition to win a motorcycle kit worth £250!
There are many advantages to becoming a fan of MCD through the various channels. Facebook fans will receive regular updates and offers that aren’t available to anyone else, whilst Twitter’s short but snappy updates will keep followers abreast of the latest happenings in the motorcycle world.
Upon joining Google+’s circle, members will find some longer posts that include exciting reviews and blogs from MCD’s team of bloggers, Steve, Andy and Craig. For example, one recent post previews this year’s Goodwood Revival and using a bit of legacy knowledge points out the sure to be highlights of the weekend. Notifications of posts are sent directly to member’s inbox’s for convenience.
With so many new and exciting mediums available to connect with customers, MCD would like to take the opportunity to encourage users to also contribute to these pages. Questions are frequently posed on all three channels to help bikers get involved with the thriving and constantly growing communities.
Whichever mode of communication is preferred there is a team of MCD professionals waiting to make biking easier and more enjoyable. Get in touch now by calling, requesting a call back, filling in the online quotation form or now by using Facebook, Google+ or Twitter!