Your Social Media Guide to the World Cup
so many ways to say the sport that the World loves…
There are many football fans that will be lucky enough to go to South Africa and watch the greatest teams around the globe play at FIFA’s World Cup. Then there will be the rest of us that will enjoy the World Cup from afar in our living rooms, local pubs, etc. With the World Cup pushing social media through various platforms, we wanted to bring the games to our readers’ computers, mobile phones, etc. with our social media guide.
Our guide is a breakdown of the World Cup from a social media perspective that gives our readers’ real time access to their favorite teams and players during the event. In true World Cup fashion, we will showcase first round brackets with each of the group’s teams and the social media platforms where to follow them including their players, and where to interact with other passionate fans.
We also have our Rhino News Hub that will provide where to see the game when a TV is not available. The Rhino News Hub includes news sites and journalists that are covering the World Cup in South Africa, from Blogs, websites, Twitter profiles and other means of social media communication. Unfortunately, Spain and England banned any usage of social media sites by their players during the World Cup, but we still have their team fan pages to share their fans’ reactions during moments of victory or disappointment.
Written and Researched by: Jose Boza (@joseboza)
Mack-Daddy design by: Jarret Streiner (@jarret23)
*Special note by Jose Boza, I had a vision for this guide and as always, Jarret brought it to life beyond what I expected!
Research Contributor: Igor Mello (@SuperIgor)