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Passport Surf - Instagram

Passport Surf in Devonport has been a family owned business for more than 20 years, and is using social media to broaden its customer base.

In week nine of the Digital Directions case studies, Manager Courtney Howard explains how the business is reaching its younger customers through Instagram and the benefits this is having on boosting its brand.

Rate my Rev - Mobile app.

Devonport trades teacher Mark Campbell has hit the smart phone application world with full throttle.

In week 10 of the Digital Directions case studies we hear how Mark's dream was realised through his app RmREV ("Rate My Rev"), which allows vehicle enthusiasts to record, share and rate vehicle photos, videos and audios, with links to social media.

CEO Tasmania - LinkedIn

Managing Director and founder of Hobart-based organisation CEO Tasmania Polly Venning, shares how LinkedIn is connecting Tasmanian CEO's and peers throughout the world.

In week eleven of the Digital Directions case studies, Polly explains how the power of LinkedIn is providing a gateway to touch base with likeminded people and groups in a positive and engaging platform.

Hillfarm Preserves - Twitter and Facebook

Hillfarm Preserves Tasmania owner Carolyn Nichols is using social media as a way for the Sisters Beach-based business to connect and interact with its customers from across the globe.

In week seven of the Digital Direction case studies, Carolyn and her employee Karin, highlight the advantages of using Twitter and Facebook and how it enhances their community ties, marketing and sales.


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