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Viessmann launches social media channels for installers

Viessmann has launched three new social media channels specifically for installers - the Viessmann Installer Channel on YouTube, the Viessmann Trade Twitter feed and the Viessmann Installer page on Facebook.

It says that all online resources will help to make it easier to install, set-up and service its products.

The Viessmann Installer Channel on YouTube will feature video tutorials with easy-to-follow instructions for everything from operating control panels to stripping down a boiler. New content will regularly be added.

Meanwhile, the @ViessmannTrade feed on Twitter and the Viessmann Installer page on Facebook - which are distinct from the respective Viessmann UK accounts - will also share video tutorials, as well as posting technical tips and the latest news on product launches and installer promotions. The Viessmann UK pages will continue as consumer-targeted accounts.

Marketing director Darren McMahon said: “Viessmann’s new presence on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook will complement the installer area on the Viessmann UK website, but in ways that are more visual, less formal and with an interactive element. We invite installers to take a look now but also to keep on coming back, because more content will be added to both channels over time.” 

The Viessmann Installer Channel on YouTube will include lots of handy, easy to follow videos for everything from operating control panels to taking apart a boiler.

www.viessmann.co.uk

Viessmann on Twitter for installers = @ViessmannTrade.

Viessmann on Facebook for installers = Viessmann Installer.

 

6 February 2017

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