ABC magazine now on Twitter

By: Amie Hickland


The ABC magazine Twitter account is up and running so tweet us your thoughts today

Australasian Bus & Coach is expanding its social media presence with the launch of the brand new Twitter page in time for the 2014 Australasia Bus and Coach Conference & Expo.

The 25-year-old publication is the preferred source of industry news and information for bus and coach operators across Australia and New Zealand.

The joint Bus Industry Confederation (BIC) and Queensland Bus Industry Council (QBIC) event will be held on the Gold Coast, Queensland, from September 28 to October 1. 

The Twitter page expands the magazines already existing social media presence with a Facebook page and a YouTube channel.

Managing Editor David Goeldner says the Twitter account provides an opportunity for readers to interact with the magazine at the minute.

"It’s going to be a challenge to get to see everybody at next week’s Australasia Bus and Coach Conference & Expo but we’ve got the situation covered with the pre-conference release of our brand new Twitter feed," he says.

"If you’re keen to chat with us throughout the conference, just get onto Twitter and get the conversation started no matter where we might happen to be in in the expansive Gold Coast Convention Centre precinct.

"If you can’t find us because we’re busy networking with our colleagues, that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to contact us at the show."

ABC magazine will be updating Twitter and all other social media platforms in the lead up and during the show, which include a range of news, reviews and photos not seen on the BusNews website.

"But don’t wait for the show to start – we’ll be updating and checking our Twitter feed in the days leading up to the event so start tweeting now," says Goeldner.

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