2014 was a big year for us, on social media! We nearly doubled our followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google + and Twitter, but more importantly, we’ve gotten to connect with a lot of really interesting people who have become big Weathermatic supporters (“Brand advocates”, in Marketing lingo.)
Looking back at our top 10 social media shares of the year, we’re happy to see that the stories our followers liked best fit perfectly into our two primary focuses: technology and the global water crisis. And, while we naturally love talking about ourselves, only five of our top 10 stories are about us or written by us. Balance is a beautiful thing, right?
Check out our Top 10 Social Shares of 2014: Click the titles to read each article.
A Deep Well and Living Water: Mission to Nicaragua a blog post written by Landscape Architect Paul Freeland of Studio Outside, after returning from a Save Water | Give Life trip to Nicaragua
How 5 Firms Cut Down Clients’ Water Use, Bills: an article in Landscape Management magazine
Watering Your Lawn During Water Restrictions: a video from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
Reasons for Irrigation Water Waste: a video on our Weathermatic TV YouTube channel, featuring EVP of Sustainability Services Brodie Bruner
A clip from Community on NBC where a character is “playing” irrigation software like a smartphone game (we’re pretty sure it’s SmartLink!)
New Irrigation Technology Takes the Pain Out of Water Restrictions: a press release about our SmartLine controller’s convenient “omit day” programming feature
What’s Wrong with the Irrigation Industry?: a blog post on Weathermatic.com recapping interviews with many of the Irrigation Association’s board members and other key industry personnel, regarding the challenges facing the industry and their proposed solutions
Mobile is the Future of Everything: an article in Forbes Magazine
3 Brilliant Studies Support Smart Irrigation Control: a blog post on ValleyCrestTakesOn.com featuring three studies presented at the 2014 WaterSmart Innovations Conference
Water Matters More: a LinkedIn post by Weathermatic CEO Mike Mason about the tremendous value of water management in a sustainability program