Football livescore at colleges are exciting. Fans travel from all over the world to show their support for their school. Many come from outside the state to watch the biggest sporting events. When you enter the parking lot for the stadium, you can feel the excitement. Flags flying proudly, people enjoying themselves, eating, drinking and proudly sporting colours of the team.
As a graduate of USC I’ve had the opportunity to travel to the Coliseum numerous times and take part at the annual fan festival. The energy is even greater when everyone is swarming to the arena. You can clearly spot the crowd of 80,000 the areas where the home team’s fans are seated as well as where the visiting fans are sitting. When kickoff is near, everyone is on their feet and the game gets underway! Bad games and good matches, everyone stays active until the final whistle.
Your fan page isn’t that much different from the Coliseum on the weekend. You can also generate excitement that draws crowds, and get people excited (and sometimes, yes, cheering and booing) and get the attention you could monetize. Although you’ll never fill your page with 80,000 people who “like” your page, I would like you to look at these strategies to keep the enthusiasm in the air.
Make Your “Fans” Be heard One of the reasons why everyone enjoys attending games is because they are able to confidently shout. They can shout at the top of their voices and be surrounded by people who are doing the same. Encourage the people you share a relationship with to voice their opinion. Invite them to upload images as well as make comments. You can perhaps upload video. Inviting them to participate keeps them coming back.
Design EventsCreate Events – The Coliseum isn’t always packed It’s packed on Saturdays during football games. Create offline and online events that allow your customers that “like” your company the possibility to meet and share their excitement. Events can be educational, they might be a celebration of your customers occasion, or even be a sales event. The commitment to regularly organizing events will keep customers returning to share the things they enjoy the most about your company.
Offer ExclusionThe majority of people who comes into your store will become a fan on your page. Make sure that those who are friends to you via Facebook be aware that they are important to your company. Make them aware that they receive invitations or opportunities open to all who respect you by promoting business. After all, not everyone gets 50-yard line seats!
Your business could be able to enjoy the same excitement that a game of college football. Okay, there won’t be 80,000 fans wearing your brand’s jersey on Saturdays. but if you let your customers share in the excitement you may be surprised by the amount of sales you can increase.