London, UK (PRWEB) December 5, 2009
Boilerguide, the UK's leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler-related issues, has recently announced the creation of a presence on social network Twitter.
The online network of heating engineers is seeking to use Twitter as a message delivery platform and crowd sourcing tool, in an effort to inform and educate users on the ins and outs of boiler maintenance and safety.
The rise of the social network Twitter has been rapid and well documented, with many brands and businesses beginning to see the potential of using Twitter as a communications tool, integrating it into their overall marketing strategy. The networks ability to facilitate connections and conversations with key demographics makes it a great way of improving consumer interaction.
Boilerguide will be aiming to utilise Twitter as a means of providing valuable information to consumers regarding boilers and central heating in general, whilst also reaching out to trade professionals who have also taken up a presence on the network as a means of increasing their online presence and scope.
David Holmes, Founder of Boilerguide, said: "Our presence on Twitter will hopefully help us to improve our service to home owners, by providing valuable boiler-related information. If any home owners on Twitter have any questions regarding their combi boilers for example, they can connect with us online in real-time and get some useful answers from ourselves."
Boilerguide.co.uk is a valuable resource for both home owners and heating engineers, as a source of information and lead generation respectively. Home owners can find guides on a wide variety of heating areas, such as condensing boilers, and also information on brand specific boilers, such as Worcester boilers.
Heating engineers can register with Boilerguide for free, and receive leads in their geographical area through email or SMS alerts. Each engineer must only pay a small percentage to Boilerguide once a lead is successfully responded to and completed, guaranteeing a return on investment for tradesmen.
For more information, please visit Boilerguide.co.uk.