Making Connections!

Making Connections!

Connecting with QORF

Social Media

Connect with QORF using social media and improve your social media presence

  • Like us on Facebook – we’ll like you back
  • Follow us on Twitter – we’ll follow you back
  • Subscribe to us on YouTube – we’ll subscribe to you too!
  • Follow us on LinkedIn
  • Use Instagram and tag images #QORF and #outdoorsqueensland – they will appear on our Home page – and are linked back to your Instagram account, that is linked to your website …
  • Put up videos on YouTube – make sure they are linked back to your website! Tell us and we’ll share them on YouTubeFacebook… and Twitter!

Engage, comment, post and share – make yourself visible by taking part online!

And don’t forget to make sure your:

  • Social media links are clearly evident on your website?
  • Contact Us button easy to find (or is it hiding at the bottom of the page?)
  • Email signature includes your website, your phone number and your social media contacts?

Be seen on the QORF website

  • Become a QORF Green Circle member and get your own page – promote, inform and advertise.
  • Send us your newsletters – and links to them online – and we’ll share them on eNewsletters,  Facebook … and Twitter!
  • Send us stories and news items – they will be seen on our Home page and in the News section. They might even become a ’featured’ story!
  • Add an event to What’s On – promote what you do and when you do it!
  • Check out the Shop – write a book review (include your website or email or …)
    • Suggest a new book we should carry!
    • Have you written a manual, a guidebook or an eBook you’d like to sell through QORF?
  • Advertise on our website – Green Circle members will get discount rates
  • Got something to say? Write a guest blog article for our website – and of course it gets shared on Facebook … make sure you link it back!
  • Do you have a particularly interesting or useful resource, fact sheet or slide show you could share with others in the Resources section? Make yourself an expert and people with naturally want to know more – they’ll follow the link.

Send us photos and images for the Gallery, include your logo – we’ll make sure they are credited and linked back to you

(please ensure all images are the very best quality!)

Other ideas

  • Attend QORF and other industry events – hand out contact cards with social media addresses as well as email and websites. Collect the names and contact details of everyone you meet or visits your stand – then send them a message, find them on Facebook and like their company pages, suggest they connect with you – engage!
  • Use QR codes to attract and link potential clients with your website or social media platforms
  • Other commonly used social media platforms you might want to consider (carefully*) are Google+, Pinterest and Slideshare and … there are lots out there!

*  Does it reach my target audience? Is it worth the investment in time and effort?

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