Social Media Blitzkrieg

So, we here at Three Yards believe there’s no such thing as too much information.

That's right, she's naked in that hot tub. Sleep well tonight, assholes.

That being said, we’ve created yet another social media presence for ourselves, over on Google+, which you can find here, as well as on our “Contact Us” page up top. This now marks our footprint in three different social media outlets (No, we’re not making a Myspace page, so don’t ask. Jesus.), but an important question has arisen:


Or, at least we imagine that’s what the response from you is, readers. It’s a fair question to ask, to be honest.

Basically, it comes down to this. After careful research, which included minutes upon minutes of scrolling through Felicia Day’s Google+ stream, we realized that the key to maintaining a dynamic and engaging social media presence is diversity of content. For example, all our new posts will be linked to every outlet, to assure that no one misses a word of our latest textual masterpieces. However, what then?

What then, indeed?

That question is posed to you, readers…and will be asked on our social media sites as well. What would you like to see  us share/create for each of our pages (Facebook, Twitter and Google+)? We want to avoid the “Why should I follow all three when it’s the same stupid crap on each one? Where’s the spice? Where’s the pop? Where are the jazz fingers?” issue.

Let us know in a comment below, or comment, or email, or tweet, or +1, or dance a little jig, or send a messenger yak, or whatever. We’d love to hear what you have to say.


5 responses to “Social Media Blitzkrieg

  1. You had me at blitzkrieg! But also, yeah, it’s kinda like that. Damned if I know what to do on every. Single. Outlet.

    Wait, ohmigod, are you on PINTEREST yet? Because that’s totally an awesome place for text-based blog writers and EVERYONE should be marketing themselves on it!

    • I (Zach) don’t get Pinterest. I might need it explained to me. I checked it out the other day, but it seemed to be a very estrogen-centric thing with wedding dresses, knitting and such on it.

      • Oh most definitely. And somehow laced with web-based crystal meth that is only activated by ovaries. And it’s freaking annoying how everyone is already trying to bastardize it for marketing. I JUST WANT TO SEE SOME SHOES, DAMMIT. /end rant

  2. Exactly. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a marketing whore like the next guy, but Jesus cheese-eating Christ that place is a mess. I might need to “hire” a Pinterest liason with lady bits in order to use it effectively.

  3. Pingback: On Why Now Is Not The Time To Quit Facebook « Three Yards·

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