The Eastern Regional Tourism District maintains Mystic Country’s only region-wide social media network using a regularly updated insider’s blog as well as Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare. New and quickly developing vehicles include Pinterest and Instagram. These are all important tools for “word-of-mouth” endorsement.
If you are currently using any of the following tools, please send us an email (email@example.com) to let us know so that we can like or follow your business and help promote your social media efforts.
Mystic Country currently has more than 28,000 fans on Facebook. Balacing news from around the eastern Connecticut region, the Facebook page is the go-to source for events and happenings in Mystic Country. (Please note: In order for us to interact with your company/organization of Facebook, your Facebook page must be set up as a Facebook Page and not a Facebook Personal Profile. To learn more about the difference between the two, click here.)
Twitter @mysticcountryct #mysticcountry
Twitter is an online social networking and microblogging service that enables users to send and read “tweets”, which are text messages limited to 140 characters. Mystic Country’s Twitter feed has become a go-to resource for potential visitors and travel media. The feed is followed by many regional news reporters and producers as well as consumers. Use the hashtag #mysticcountry to share information with us.
Instagram /mysticcountryct #mysticcountry
The popular picture-taking-and-sharing application is currently growing in popularity for destination marketing by showing, not telling, potential visitors what they’ll experience. A relatively new introduction to the Eastern Regional Tourism District’s social media lineup, Mystic Country’s Instagram goal is to share the eastern Connecticut experience – spanning everything from our unique towns, attractions and events both large and small – to the public as it happens. Use the hashtag #mysticcountry to give us permission to share your Instagram images.
When we’re in the field taking a photos for Instagram, we’re also checking in on Foursquare. This geo-location social networking application allows users to “check in” at venues using a mobile website, text messaging or a phone app. Followers discover new locations to explore and helpful tips and trivia to engage them when they visit.
Pinterest – currently underdevelopment