With social media even TV shows can make it big
“Television has changed a child from an irresistible force to an immovable object." – Laurence J. Peter
At the kitty party the other day, the women were gossiping about the season 8 of Desperate Housewives and the new season of soap, Castle! The tiff among the women was indeed interesting… One slot was flagging for their age-old favorite,Desperate Housewives, while the rest of them stood for a comparatively new show, Castle. Soon, our Mrs. Social took over the charge and as always, she gave the social media proof for her votes for Desperate Housewives. We checked from her I-pad, and guess what! She was right! While Castle has just 1,764,826 fans, Desperate Housewives had a fairly good fan count i.e. 8,908,890.
The statistics turned the tables! Half the women for Castle actually started believing that the other show is better! Whoa! This was surprising and a real testament of the power of these networking accounts! Social media is the new brain-wash for the masses, giving those statistics and luring them to their show/product! Television brings to you all the shows neutrally, whereas social media tells you what to watch and what not! Networking accounts, then, become a grade card for the television soaps.
Are the trailers of your new show already out on the idiot box? You don’t have the time anymore then! Rush and make a fan page for your opera before it’s too late! Almost every popular show has it (contributing to half the fame they’ve!). Catch up here to look after your fan page. Listed here are some quintessential pointers to make your fan page go rock-n-roll!
1. Welcome tab is a lot more!
The very next step after creating a Facebook account is having a landing welcome page. In other words, it’s the deciding page! The welcome page is not just about inviting or welcoming customers, it can significantly boost your fan count. This is virtual world, hence eyes can only rely on appearance, and they can only experience you with perception. So, besides dropping your signature line and your agendas, your welcome page must be appealing! It includes all the exciting things about the show especially characters to convince your visitors for why they should join you!
2. Make it exclusive!
The Signup form tab gives you the option of making your emails exclusively available to your fans! Ask them to subscribe with this form and enjoy the unlimited access to those “uncensored” and behind-the-scenes drama. Bait them by unveiling the bits of your “exclusives”. You need to be tactful enough to lure your fans to subscribe to your emails. Therefore, spend time on your fan page. It’s the stairway to the hike in your TRPs!
3. Reveal the statistics
Besides reviews, statistics, votes and numbers are quite telling! They say it all in just a raised or fallen graph. Polling is the easiest way to know what your viewers demand from you. While movies are desserts, daily soaps become a regular meal for their eyes. Thus, they should have the right to vote for what they desire and expect of your show. Give them the right nutrition by considering their polls!
4. Make a gallery
You can create a gallery of your videos with the multi-videos tab . You’ll make them watch the videos which they would otherwise never have watched. This is one way of gluing your viewer to your page. An arranged series of videos are always better than an isolated and estranged ones. If organized creatively, they can make another story altogether!
5. Offer snapshots
Pictures are always synonymous with memories. You can share your pictures with your lovable fans, who’re always ready to know you more and more! While videos bring out the action alive, pictures tell it with a poised stillness. In fact, pictures have always been the most favorite medium to store one’s past (or even present!). So, capture the sweet-bitter drama that goes on off-screen and make your fans live those moments again!
Thanks to Mrs. Social! She was the Muse of my words. Hope this makes your opera hit the national and international screens!
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