Edible Arrangements Marks Facebook Milestone

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Edible-BEdible Arrangements is marking reaching 500,000 Facebook fans with a series of online and in-store promotions.

The promotions begin Sept. 17 and are timed with the launch of a new Edible Arrangements product.

"While it is an incredible achievement for us to hit a half million fans, we feel like it's more important to look at the interaction we have with each of them," said Kaitlin Reiss, vice president of e-commerce for Edible Arrangements, in a release.

Edible Arrangements launched its Facebook Page in 2008, and within one year had over 170,000 fans. Since then, an average 100,000 per year have signed on.

"Much of this growth happened naturally," Reiss said. "As our brand awareness has increased, we've seen the impact and importance of the role that social media can play. We've really made a commitment to grow our following on Facebook, and to engage with our fans."

The e-commerce division at Edible Arrangements has more than doubled in size over the past 20 months. More than 50% of Edible Arrangements' store sales are driven by online orders and the chain recently introduced a customized mobile version of the Web site.

Edible Arrangements was recently ranked number 27 in “1851's Social 100: Top Social Media Campaigns That Stand Out.” In addition, the Edible Arrangements Web site was ranked among the top 30 in ForeSee's Top 100 e-Retail Satisfaction Index and named one of the Top 100 internet retailers by Internet Retailer magazine.

1 comment on "Edible Arrangements Marks Facebook Milestone".

  1. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited
    commented on: September 11, 2012 at 10:30 a.m.
    In a Broomall industrial park around 1995, there was a business started by a couple of women called Incredible Edibles. Each bouquet of fruit was expertly cut with a beautiful presentation even though it was pricier than flowers. They started their ads with advo and then some local ads in local papers including Inquirer neighbors. Last year my sister sent an Edible Arrangement that couldn't hold a candle to the original in any way.

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