How to use social media to your advantage
With social media trending in the transfer market and the Italian Football Association (FIGC) hoping to revive its financial strength, it’s important to understand the best ways to use the platform to your benefit.
Here are a few tips to help you improve your social media presence, from the old school to the new, for your game and your players.
Social Media Basics The basics of social media are easy to learn, as you’ll learn by watching and reading about the basics.
These include how to post, comment and share your content, as well as how to keep your profile clean and secure.
The Basics Social media has many different functions.
Some of these include creating an account, viewing profiles and posting to Twitter and Facebook, as seen in the illustration below.
Posts and Comments The first thing you need to do is choose a topic to discuss, which can be anything from football, politics, sports or sportsmanship.
Then, you need a subject, a picture and a description, as shown below.
Comments The final step in using social media is commenting.
You need to choose the best way to share your opinion on your favourite football club and other subjects.
The picture above shows the difference between the two methods, showing how to use both to your maximum advantage.
Blogging There are many blogging platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Tumblr, and you can also use your own blog to post content, such as articles and tweets.
There are also many sites which offer an integrated blogging platform, such, WordPress, and IFTTT.
But if you don’t want to worry about it, you can use the blog as a simple social media platform to share content and get new followers, as the illustration above shows.
Followers and Social Media The most important aspect of using social, is following your favourite players, or those you like to follow.
This is where the real social media magic happens.
Follow your favourite sports team and fans, which you can find on your personal profile, by clicking the icon to the right.
This will bring you to a dedicated section, which displays your followers.
Click the ‘follow’ button on the top of the page to find out how many people you have following your team, and if you want to keep them up to date with what is happening in the game, you have to follow them.
The next step is to choose a ‘follower’ to follow, which will let you know who they are.
You can also share a photo of yourself with the ‘likes’ button, and then click ‘share’.
The last step is using the ‘like’ button to make a post about your favourite player, as pictured below.
Contests The most popular sport in Italy is football, with over 1.6 million fans, and it’s one that has a huge fan base.
This means it’s very easy to find an online contest for your favourite team, as we’ve seen in this image.
The image below shows how to create a fan contest for the Fiorentina supporters, who are the favourites for this year’s Serie A championship.
Team Specifics This is the best time to get your club involved, as it’s when the Italian National Team are in action.
This allows fans to get up to speed with the team as they play, and to get a better idea of what’s going on with the squad, such a picture above.
Fans’ Forum It’s also a good time to create your own forum for your club to discuss everything, as illustrated in the picture above, and with the information posted on there.
This helps you keep up with the news, as highlighted in the image below.
Facebook Fans and Footballers It is important to keep up to the minute news and developments with your fans and footballers, as they can be your best source of information about the club.
This image shows the latest news from the club’s Facebook page.
Twitter Following the news of a team’s success, it is also very easy for you to follow their team.
This shows the profile of the club, as featured in the above image.
Twitter Stats We can use our Twitter account to analyse the performance of our club, and compare it with other teams, as a result of which we can gain a better understanding of what we can expect from the next season.
You may also want to take a look at the statistics provided by Twitter, as outlined in the images below.
Facebook Following the football team and other members of the community, it can be an excellent time to share with your friends.
As the image above shows, this is also a great time to ask for feedback on your team’s performance, as indicated by the ‘y’ in the text.
Instagram It is also possible to follow the football club, by following their Instagram page, as this will