ControlTrends Hangout: Episode Four — Using Social Media in the HVAC Industry

ControlTrends Hangout guests included Judi Knight of New Tricks, Abel B Ramirez of The ControlsFreak, and George Hawkinson, Vice President of Marketing, Lynxspring.

Judi Knight creator of New Tricks shares her knowledge and experience concerning the importance of social media, in particular the use of WordPress and the basics of Website Design. New Tricks provides WordPress web design services that may include consultation on your business concept, building a site, all the way through Social Media strategy and SEO.

George Hawkinson of Lyxspring provides purpose and insight into Lynxspring’s social media efforts. Lynxspring embraces open, interoperable platforms — as well as designs, manufactures and distributes JENEsys®, brand Internet based automation technology and device-to-enterprise integration solutions for Building Automation, Energy Management, Cyber Threat and Security Protection, Equipment Control and other Specialty applications. Our technologies support true plug-and-play, multi-vendor interoperability, that simplifies the automation and information architecture across the entire enterprise and significantly lowers automation and information infrastructure costs.

Abel B Ramirez II The ControlsFreak is a successful social media practitioner. What You Can Expect from Able at The ControlsFreak: “What I am hoping to provide on TCF is a resource that lays down straightforward, plain-spoken information and explanations about Controls and Building Automation Systems, which include HVAC Controls, Lighting Controls, Industrial Controls, Card Access, Security Cameras and anything else that the real world might expect to be tied into a single organized front end or computer graphic.”

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4 Responses

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