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Iboats.com reports social media growth

Utah-based iboats.com announced it recently passed the 400,000-member mark in its forums.

In addition to the forums, iboats.com has 71,948 “friends” to its "I Love Boating" Facebook page and Twitter followers have topped 14,500.

"The total iboats social media reach has grown by over 11 percent in the last year, continuing to make iboats.com the largest boating social media presence on the Internet," company president Bruno Vassel IV said in a statement.

Other updated numbers from iboats.com indicate more than 4.2 million posts have been made within their free online community answering 584,000 boating and water-activities-related questions covering 36 topics.

The forums also provide content and Q&As for 360 boat brands.

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