Monday, September 8, 2014

Social media policy - our own...appendix sort of

We love the idea that the IFF made a social media policy...
It is thorough, polished, filled with good advice, and rather comprehensive...
In other words fairly good work... its here by the way..

We just have a few things to add;
- How to get real leaders to act with charisma on social media? FIFA's Sepp Blatter is an interesting benchmark with 2.76 Million followers on twitter for instance :-)
OK, Ok, maybe a bit hard to shoot for - for now - but still ;-D hrmpf.

- We think it is important that all Floorball people knows that Facebook throttle their communicative stream so only 6-12 % of your content is filtered and does not end up in the stream of others - if you do not pay. Is this what we want?

- We also think the theories about reciprocal networks versus mass-medial networks should be explained in deep deep detail. We have done that here before - try this

- We think it is important to know that images sell any product - often way better than a text - so irrespective of the channel you use (yes instagram is outstanding - with the little back draw that we think instagram/facebook owns all pictures made in their app - so be careful).
But if you are on facebook, twitter, snapchat whatever... or a blog - include big pictures please!
hey, It is not ok to play too much with other facebook logotypes - we think - via Ruedi - full credits to him

- Then... social media is changing seriously super fast - what is good today can be dead tomorrow - and in China/Asia we have networks like Sina weibo and hot tools for messaging like Line and Kakao talk etcetera that we must keep a tab on too. Yep this is big big big things... to be used to serve Floorball better maybe? Team-Up anyone? Many more teams can do this beside of Happee!

- If we then focus on Twitter.. here a few tools any Floorball person on Twitter must have a clue about for the sake of Floorball.
For now let us just list a few
- Topsy
- Twitter Analytics
- Riffle
- Twitter Counter and their app Statistics
- Klout

Why would you use them? Well we want Twitter to communicate Floorball as good as possible right?
Now! Go for it!
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