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Hulett Introduces New Social Media Widget

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Hulett’s widget allows bugs.com users to view the latest postings to all of Hulett’s social media venues in one convenient viewer window.

| April 17, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — You may have thought widgets were limited to those imaginary production items bought and sold in your later years of high school economics class.  Not anymore. Hulett has brought the widget to life, to social media life, on bugs.com, their company website.  Hulett’s widget allows bugs.com users to view the latest postings to all of Hulett’s social media venues in one convenient viewer window.  Simply click on a story and it will take you to that social media site.  Whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google + or their corporate blog, the widget allows viewers to see the latest social media posts scrolling on bugs.com in real time.

Randy Hulett, marketing manager for Hulett said, “This kind of cutting edge web technology helps the company stay at the forefront of customer relations activity well into the future. Social media has become how the consumer discusses products and services with each other prior to purchasing. We want to make sure that we are front and center for those conversations; Our social media widget will help us do just that.”

 

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