Monday, October 17, 2011

Twitter part 4 - and a mini follow-up

I just want to emphasize that the three posts we wrote on Twitter, just recently, all barely tried to do the stretch from a basic Twitter user to become a tad bit better Twitter user, in the Floorball world.

Let us just repeat Twitter is a social tool that may be used to shine some light on Floorball!
If  you really want to do twitter seriously there is tonnes of services and just use Google and you may go for the though, much advanced version to build a social presence. There are tonnes of tricks doing so.

The basic advice we have - ALWAYS TWEET #FLOORBALL INCLUDED IN YOUR TWEETS, ALSO RE-TWEET AND PLS START TWEETING.

@UK_Olympics2012 have now - since we last wrote about them, a few days ago, gained some 1000 followers.

@swissunihockey gained as of sunday 10 followers. I know that this is not comparable. But I do think we may learn something from the Olympic account.
My problem with a Floorball National organization, that is about to arrange the ladies World Championship 2011 that follows 7 (SEVEN) other users..? Could this really be their official account on Twitter? I say they are not using the potential of Twitter as a social media. Next problem is that they do not Tweet the word #Floorball as they tweet.....
They follow the IFF (of course - "probably to keep a good face to daddy"). 
I do not care who they follow so pink is fine with me - but they should either build a social presence or skip Twitter altogether.
I think you by now grasp that they do not even follow their own top teams in their own highest leagues...  So next question is - does Swiss teams have a presence on twitter?

Ok, promise not to gripe more about this..

Update!
Here is good News Holland just announce a new approach to social media via twitter
Nederlandse Floorball en Unihockey Bond - NeFUB nieuws: Daarom heb ik me in juli aangemeld bij de NeFUB om me in...
Here is the addresses you need
Facebook: http://twitter.com/ #! / NeFUB
Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/NeFUB
For questions or comments you may email them at socialmedia@nefub.nl

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Caution

Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!