Become involved in Water Technology’s social media offerings

May 21, 2013

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Over the past few years Water Technology has seen its reach on social media sites grow exponentially.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Over the past few years Water Technology has seen its reach on social media sites grow exponentially, especially on Facebook and Twitter.

Water Technology’s Twitter account just recently surpassed 4,000 followers and is continuing to grow each day. Through this platform we’re able to deliver the most current news in the industry and keep our readers up-to-date on all happenings.

Be sure to follow our Twitter page here, and get involved in the conversation as some of your comments could be used in an upcoming issue or in our WaterTech e-News Daily.

The Facebook page for Water Technology has seen significant growth over the past six months since the launch of the new website. Here you can receive the same great news stories, but you’ll also get a personal look at some of the staff from Water Technology as we upload photos from shows and reader visits.

Be sure to like us on Facebook here

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