Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 22, 2009
NeoSpire, Inc., a leading provider of managed web hosting, announced the recent launch of several new social media efforts to better facilitate the communication between the company, its customers, and the industry. This includes a corporate blog, Twitter account, YouTube Channel and a Facebook Fan Page.
NeoSpire's blog will launch July 21, 2009 and can be located at blog.neospire.net and will include updates on company events and an insider's view of employees' thoughts and direct posts from employees from all the various departments, so that customers can get a better sense of what NeoSpire represents. On the company's Twitter account (twitter.com/NeoSpire) and NeoSpire's YouTube channel people can follow daily insights regarding the company's current focus and attention. NeoSpire's Facebook fan page is also a great resource to find a concise page of current company news.
President and CEO Mitch Gervis commented on the new social media campaigns by saying, "Being connected is vitally important for our company in today's market. It allows us to better stay in touch with what concerns our customers and also with what is happening in our world. With these new social media tools we feel that we are better equipped to do just that."
NeoSpire believes in serving its customers to the fullest and making themselves available to address any concerns customers might have. Being more connected and proactive with customers and the industry allows for NeoSpire to better meet the changing needs of businesses. By using social media as a vehicle to send out updates on the latest industry trends, technologies, and threats allows NeoSpire to better fulfill their motto of 'Securing Trust.'
About NeoSpire Managed Web Hosting
NeoSpire, Inc. is a premier provider of full-service, mission critical managed hosting solutions for organizations that demand 100% uptime. Since 1999, NeoSpire has been providing the infrastructure, security, expertise and customer-centric support required by clients that rely on Web sites and Web-based applications for critical business purposes.