الأحد، 1 سبتمبر 2013

Wrestlers Can Utilize Social Media Networking, Too

By Rob Sutter

To say that social media networking can assist businesses alone is not something that I can support, since it has been so versatile in the past. What about for individuals who work in different areas of the world, athletics being one such example? Wrestlers have, for so long, been conditioned to interact with their fans and the Internet has allowed them to do so on a platform is far easier than any other. This level of networking is strong, to say the least, and such athletes have used it well.

Firms such as fishbat operate in separate ways but they understand the importance behind fan interaction. They know that social media networking is just one platform that can be utilized, whether for the sake of business or not. With so many individuals who are going to be intrigued by your business, you want to make sure that you address them well. Constant interaction is more important than perpetual advertising and I believe that those companies which have been around for so long understand this, too.

It's apparent that more and more fans want to be able to stay in touch with the wrestlers that they love. Hulk Hogan, when he was in the spotlight, had a ton of fan mail written with actual letters, which is archaic in comparison to the methods we have today. Since then we've grown to a point where we don't have to use paper in order to interact with people at long distances. Social media is one such tool that has been able to do away with older means.

I believe that it's because of these platforms that fans have been able to become better acquainted with these personalities than ever before. Big E Langston might not be the most vocal performer on television shows but look at his Twitter page. He showcases a great sense of humor that very few wrestlers seem to possess. I'd like to imagine that he has more fans on the Internet than he does in the ring, surprisingly enough, and it might not have happened without this network.

I think that it's easy to say that the Internet has been able to grant so many tools to a number of people. For example, how many individuals act one way outside of the outline world and a totally different way within it? While this sense of anonymity may never go away, others have decided to utilize a litany of platforms in order to showcase their characters. What is seen is what is received, to them, and I believe that this is partially why such platforms will never go away.

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