PADI Facebook Page Reaches 1 Million Likes

PADI Facebook page reaches 1 million

With 1 Million Fans and counting, PADI’s Facebook Page is the most “Liked” Facebook Page dedicated to divers, the underwater world and conservation.

Much of the content shared on PADI’s Facebook Page directs fans to online articles about scuba diving courses, conservation and/or travel.  Our daily posts are designed to keep scuba diving a part of your customers’ daily lives and inspire them to pursue their passion for diving.

Facebook is an ever-changing marketing platform. In the near future, Facebook will roll out a new look for your page. Want to see a sneak preview? Our friends at Gull Dive Center in Montana were selected to receive the new look already.

To support your presence on Facebook, PADI has social media tools in the Marketing Toolbox section of the PADI Pros Site. You can download cover photo images and learn about photo tagging to extend your reach to customers’ friends and family.

PADI social media marketing tools

DID YOU KNOW?
We have a Facebook page just for PADI Pros

Facebook is not the only place where PADI Retailers can create a buzz. Along with ScubaEarth® , PADI’s interactive online scuba diving community with nearly 75,000 users), PADI Divers are active on YouTube, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest.

If you are not utilizing these social media platforms for your business already, you are missing out on the chance to engage with existing customers and reach out to new ones. If you need help or ideas to get started, contact your regional manager.

Lastly, we’d like to say thanks to anyone who’s commented, posted a photo or answered question on our Facebook page. Your continued contribution to PADI’s online presence has made it the biggest Page dedicated to scuba divers and the industry.

PADI 1 Million Facebook Fans

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