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A donut shop in Texas gets huge sales thanks to social media

There is one thing that is amazing of children who grew up in the internet age compared to their parents who did not have the internet as their form of advertising to promote products on the market.

A Grand Opening of a donut shop in Missouri City Texas had a very slow start when “Billy’s Donuts” opened their doors for business.

The problem for the donut shop that opened up for business was that the sales inside of the store was very slow which depressed the father of Billy By whose name was not mentioned.

Billy decided to try the power of the social media site Twitter to tweet the sad news that Billy’s dad was “sad” that no one came to purchase any of his donuts and other edible meals at his store on their opening day.

I am sure you have heard of the saying “The squeaky wheel gets the grease.” When the tweets were sent to the Twitter readers, then the store picked up a huge amount of business which allowed Billy and his dad to go into action and serve the customers in their community their arsenal of donuts and kolaches before the close of business.

Times have changed when television and radio were the way to reach customers to purchase goods and services around the world.

Now the power of social media seems the way to get the message that good and services are available for the customer to purchase.

What do you think?

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Written by Deepizzaguy

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