How Powerful Twitter Really Is In Terms of Gaming and Establishing Relationships?
Marketing strategists and social media users know exactly the power of social media. According to the recent studies released by Shea Bennett from Media Bistro, 18 million new users are currently using different social media portals such as Twitter, for both personal and business purposes. Apart from this, the popular online social platform has increased to more than 48 percent between March 2012 and March 2013. Despite such increase in usability either for personal or corporate, various internet experts found some interesting facts about social media platform usage in gaming.
Journalist Julie Jargon Defined bingo as an old school pastime, which nowadays enjoyed by young people, alongside the likes of bowling, knitting, or billiards. Since the number of participation of young professionals is increasing steadily, online bingo providers extended their reach and followed the social media bandwagon. Since 54% of young professionals today have been using the internet social platform, getting a big slice of the yuppie pie became the aim of these operators—and UK-based online bingo provider Cheeky Bingo uses its Twitter account to reach out to them. Aside from receiving updates about voucher offerings, promotions, and giveaways, Cheeky Bingo has been a great conduit of establishing social relationships. In fact, according to an article written by Jessica McLaughlin, following certain topics of your niche can help you unveil new relationships. Furthermore, you can find a whole new group of bingo players which can influence you more regarding other promotions which you are not aware of.
Is it Necessary To Be Online All The Time?
Many relationship gurus say that time is important in establishing long lasting relationships. However, it is still crucial to organize your tasks in order to finish your duties first before you start managing your social gaming circles online. McLaughlin also emphasized that it does not necessarily mean that you need to be there online 24/7. “That just isn’t worth the hassle. It’s great when you reply to a question or a request in a matter of minutes, but you should also look at the big picture… TweetDeck for instance lets you know whenever someone mentions you on Twitter. As good as that might seem, it is a distraction. Getting things done the right way requires a steady focus,” she explained.
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