We love to see newcomers to the market doing an exceptional job in their social media campaigns. Our latest favorites are a bridal couture boutique, A Little Something White and a real estate/decorating/trend blog, Real In Darien. Social media harnesses two elements – the power of the consumer and what’s trending in the world around us — to create compelling content that keeps clients engaged, over and over again with the brand. Both of our latest darlings, (see http://coastalchickmedia.com/?p=146 for last month’s picks) offer terrific visuals and expert information to engage their audience.
A Little Something White, Ashley Krauss’ gorgeous bridal boutique has a social media campaign that is as exquisite as its gowns. A clear communication mission of treating the brides with “respect and greeting her with positivity” is evident throughout.
The website is visually stunning, well organized and a breeze to use: http://alittlesomethingwhite.com
They maintain a beautifully updated Facebook page and post often, daily: https://www.facebook.com/ALittleSomethingWhiteBridalCouture
Their Twitter gives you insight into their impeccable taste in bridal couture and design: https://twitter.com/LittleSomeWhite
Oh, and A Little Something White’s Pinterest is a bevvy of bridal desires: http://pinterest.com/littlewhitewall/
Check out A Little Something White’s blog for the couture collections, join them on Facebook and admire the hand sewn lace, follow them on Twitter for the latest in bridal fashions (bridal couture juxtaposed with Oscar gowns) and Pin some scrumptious buttercream cakes or find the perfect posey from the chock full of all things bridal boards. Whether you are a bride to be, hope to be or just want to reminisce, say, “I do” to A Little Something White.
Real In Darien “The passion that Kim and Abigail share for architecture, interior design, the decorative arts and of course real estate, led them to develop Real In Darien.” ~Real In Darien
Kim Swift and Abigail Moore, two real estate agents in Darien, Connecticut met when they joined Kelly Associates (http://www.kellyrealestate.com/). While driving around to open houses, they gathered thoughts about houses, housing trends, decorating, and the details that make a house beautiful. These conversations were the foundation of Real in Darien the blog.
You can check out beautiful homes and decorating ideas on their blog: http://www.realindarien.com/category/real-estate/
Like their Facebook page and you’ll see regular streams of housing trends from paint ideas to the perfect coffee table: https://www.facebook.com/realindarien?fref=ts
Real In Darien’s passion for design is communicated throughout their blog and Facebook page. Give them a visit and we’re sure you’ll feel at home (& more than just a little bit inspired).