Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine hits 20,000 Facebook Fans

Published online: Oct 08, 2013 News
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Idaho Falls, Idaho-October 7,2013 - The team at Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine is excited to announce that they recently welcomed their 20,000 fan on the company's Facebook page. PDB's Facebook page is an important part of the customer communication and the staff enjoys engaging with the readers through this outlet. PDB's fun-spirited attitude has attracted fans with interesting posts, great offers and pictures of pontoon and deck boats that they can't see anywhere else.

"Over the years, we've continued to develop our Facebook page and listen to what our readers want," said Greg Larsen, Publisher of Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine. "The result is a robust, engaged community that loves the boating lifestyle as much as we do. Social media is a small part of what we do over all, but it's an excellent gage to show how we are doing."

Reaching this huge milestone proves the power and impact this magazine has in the pontoon and deck boat industries. People from all over take the time to share their photos, videos and news, which proves how engaged the fan base has become. Interactions with fans has helped shape the content of the magazine and 20,000 is only a starting point for what the magazine team plans to do.

About Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine:

The magazine prints 11 times a year and has been in production since 1997. Along with its Facebook page, Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine is active on other social media platforms such as Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

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