Because of the nature of their business, and a well-branched service network throughout these four countries, it’s imperative to communicate the exact locations of all services along the services these workshops offer. We started with somewhat inconspicuous photos of these workshops but soon realized this approach wasn’t delivering the wanted results. Vulco’s social media strategy needed a 180 turn.
What we did
The premise behind the solution was based on three things. First, people like to travel (and learn about new destinations) and second, they want to read about their hometowns or locations familiar to them. They also only care about vehicle services once their vehicle needs them. We employed these three realizations to create what we called “destination posts”. The concept is pretty simple. Instead of talking about workshops, we took a broader view and started writing about cities and towns as well as about cultural and natural landmarks and attractions. We wanted to use as few words as possible to provide as much information as we could about these places. Taking up only a tiny percentage of copy to offer only the most vital information about services themselves.