Here at Wickedelic Lingerie we like to keep up to date with the latest ways of providing you with all things sexy, sleek, sophisticated and sensual!
Online PR News – 29-April-2009 – – Lee Mill, Devon - Here at Wickedelic Lingerie we like to keep up to date with the latest ways of providing you with all things sexy, sleek, sophisticated and sensual!
So, with that in mind, we have decided to launch our Wickedelic Lingerie Twitter service.
This means you can get all the latest offers and news to your web browser, mobile or handheld device in bite-sized 140-character 'tweets'.
"By signing up to our Twitter service, users will get access to all the latest offers, discounts and sexy new lines," said Nick Gibbens, web and PR manager at Wickedelic Lingerie.
"Once you've signed up, you'll be notified each time an update is made. And what's more, the service is completely free to use."
If you have a Twitter account, simply go to http://twitter.com/wickedlingerie and click on follow to get all the updates.
If you don't have a Twitter account, you can sign up easily by creating an account on the Twitter website. Just visit the Twitter homepage - http://www.twitter.com - and click 'Get started - join'.
All you need to do is enter your name and email address and choose a user name and password.
To follow Wickedelic Lingerie, simply search for 'wickedlingerie'.
About Wickedelic Lingerie:
Wickedelic Lingerie was formed in 2006, and has become one of the UK's largest retailers of sexy and bedroom lingerie.
The company is based in Lee Mill, Devon, and prides itself on the quality and range of its products.
The website now offers more than 1,500 different products. The line includes ladies lingerie, including babydolls, bustiers and corsets, gowns, chemises, camisole sets and thongs, as well as specialising in bridal lingerie. The new expanded range also consists of men’s underwear, fancy dress, plus-size lingerie and shoes.
Twitter is a free service that allows people to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent messages (called “tweets”) online or on a mobile phone. Twitter users post tweets or messages in 140 characters or less. Twitter users receive other users’ tweets by “following” them. Users may set preferences to allow others to follow them. Twitter users can also send private direct messages to each other.
For more information, contact:
Web and PR Manager
Phone: 0871 871 0040