A Guide to Native Sun’s Online Media


We understand that different people like to get their information from different places and it all comes down to – which outlet can provide you with the most information the easiest? Are you always on Facebook? Do you like online news delivered right to your inbox vs. having to search it out? Do you like to organize all of your media in to a one-stop RSS reader?

In order to make sure everyone has the opportunity to get the information they are looking for from Native Sun including in-store specials and sales, new product highlights, industry news, food safety alerts, answers from owner Aaron Gottlieb, and more – we’ve created a guide to all of our media efforts to explain how each one is used & how you can use it too.

www.twitter.com/nativesunjax (@nativesunjax)
What: Real-time messages under 140 characters. Quick information on last minute sales, menus of the day, links to online articles, notes from staff, quick answers and more. Watch for “Freebie Fridays”, be the first to answer the question correctly and win a free $10 gift card.
How: Sign up for a free account at twitter.com then watch a tutorial online about how to “tweet” and “follow” other users. You can then follow friends online, or have Twitter messages sent to your phone!

We also recommend you follow:
www.twitter.com/live4organic Updates from Owner Aaron Gottlieb
www.twitter.com/ChooseGF Food Education Coord. Ginny Nehring

Where: www.facebook.com/nativesunjax
What: Online network of friends & fans, this compiles all of our social media information in one place! See our Twitter messages, Blog posts and Flickr photos on our profile.
How: You’ll need to sign up for a free account at facebook.com to view our profile. Once you’ve joined, add us a friend or “become a fan” to receive notices when we add new information, photos and more.

What: Full articles on industry news, store news, upcoming events, GreenApples charities, and more. Comments encouraged.  
How: Read online, subscribe via email, or add the RSS feed to a reader (Try Google Reader’s free service)

Where: www.flickr.com/nativesunjax
This is where we post photos from the store, events, charity donations and more.
How: Flickr photos are free to look at, but you need to sign up for a free account to post comments. Once you’ve joined, add us as a contact to receive updates when we post new photos.


2 responses to “A Guide to Native Sun’s Online Media

  1. mark barilla

    I love how you’ve explained your online marketing strategy in a very simple, easy to understand way. You even go the extra step of getting your consumers more envolved as well (Google reader FTW!).

    Your business truly ‘gets it’ and you guys are doing a great job embracing new media. Congrats and best of luck! 🙂

  2. Yes, I agree with Mark. Nice work, keep it up!

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