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What Social Media Platforms do you use the most?  

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  1. 1. What Social Media Platforms do you use the most?

    • Facebook
      265
    • Twitter
      127
    • Instagram
      69
    • Tumblr
      29
    • Google+
      11
    • Pinterest
      10
    • YouTube
      219
    • Vine
      27


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I follow you guys mainly through Facebook, however if you are live at an event like IAAPA or on a park tour where I know you will be tweeting more frequently than updating Facebook then I'll follow your twitter feed (but I'm not a twitter user) to get the updates.

 

I watch a lot of your Youtube videos, and I think I'm a subscriber, but most of your YouTube content I view is a result of a link you posted on Facebook.

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I am always on twitter and go in YouTube quite frequently. I never really go on Facebook. Google+ is useless and I don't go in any of the other social media platforms and have no desire to (except maybe vine).

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I use Pinterest the most. Instead of 'saying something' you're 'showing something' and I just love pinning awesome photos, especially roller coaster/theme park-related ones.

 

Second would be Facebook, third Twitter. Don't upload clips to Youtube but have an account, and mostly find myself watching TPR POVs.

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I opened a Facebook account before my 20th high school reunion and deleted it soon after - didn't like it.

 

Voted You Tube because that's the only other one I've ever visited...and I don't have an actual account or anything - yeah, I'm old!

 

Might have to check out some of the one's that have age restrictions and amateur porn someday though!

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I voted for facebook, mainly because I enjoy the back and fourth communication that it allows. You are able to develop real time conversations and "emotional relationships" with your friends or your customers because there is so much potential to "keep the conversation going"... Also the analytics they provide are second to none.

 

Twitter- to me has always seemed like you are posting into the oblivion because of the anonymity of it, though for a large organization like tpr there must certainly be more traction.. In other words, Robb is a known personality with numerous exposure on television. Twitter WORKS for people in that situation.

 

Pinterest- My wife is addicted to it.. Want to gain traction with the female enthusiast? Pin something. I guess.

 

Instagram- Lets add filters to photos and drink pbr while wearing heavy eye glass frames. Is there a hipster/ themepark enthusiast niche?

 

Tumblr---- Teenagers who don't want their parents to see what they used to post on facebook.

 

YouTube- Clearly TPR's strongest move into the social field. The strongest thing TPR has always had is great videos (amongst other things).. You tube is the future, but the comment area brings out the stupidest people in the world.

 

Google+- Wait that still exists? If you are a computer engineer, or work for google, This is America's hottest social media.

 

Vine- I personally love Vine- It requires people to think up something captivating in video form and only gives them 7 seconds to do it.. Full Disclosure: The real reason I love vine, is that it isn't flash based and "Just works" on every device and browser.

 

4chan- Rule 34.

 

Usenet Newsgroups- I was social before it was cool to be social.

 

Reddit- Lets never sleep, ever again.

 

MySpace- BEST.SITE.EVAR.

 

-Chris "not sure if I missed any site, but will edit if I did" Con

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I have accounts on all those social media platforms, but I'm active on Facebook first and foremost, and twitter second. I also actively use YouTube to watch the TPR POV videos and stuff, but I don't comment on stuff, because as Chris mentioned the comment section on there brings out the stupidest people.

 

Pintrest, I use it on occasion, but not to the obsessiveness as some people. I just don't get the joy of hunting around for the original links to something because someone pinned one thing (a recipe) and they posted the picture not the link to the blog post that had the recipe. It just seems like Pintrest is a lot of click backs to get to what you really want. I do like the boards so I can make a board for something I'm interested in, again using the recipes, I can put all recipes I find in one spot.

 

Instagram, I've got one, but my iDevices are old and I can't use the app anymore, but I can comment and like. But too many people use filters way too much on there.

Vine, same iDevices are old, but I can watch and comment.

 

Tumblr, use mainly to find pictures from TV shows I watch. I follow some sites on there, but don't check it every day, or post there very often.

 

G+ apparently I have two accounts over there, because I never wanted my real name on my YT channel, but it's there, never used really.

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Facebook, as everyone is on there, YouTube, though I don't read/use the comments, and Twitter. I would use Twitter more if they had not killed off all the great desktop applications to make you use their terrible web site.

 

I look at Tumblr a fair amount, and Deena is addicted to Pintrest, so I get to see all the stuff she's looking at on there.

 

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I voted for facebook, mainly because I enjoy the back and fourth communication that it allows. You are able to develop real time conversations and "emotional relationships" with your friends or your customers because there is so much potential to "keep the conversation going"... Also the analytics they provide are second to none.

 

Twitter- to me has always seemed like you are posting into the oblivion because of the anonymity of it, though for a large organization like tpr there must certainly be more traction.. In other words, Robb is a known personality with numerous exposure on television. Twitter WORKS for people in that situation.

 

Pinterest- My wife is addicted to it.. Want to gain traction with the female enthusiast? Pin something. I guess.

 

Instagram- Lets add filters to photos and drink pbr while wearing heavy eye glass frames. Is there a hipster/ themepark enthusiast niche?

 

Tumblr---- Teenagers who don't want their parents to see what they used to post on facebook.

 

YouTube- Clearly TPR's strongest move into the social field. The strongest thing TPR has always had is great videos (amongst other things).. You tube is the future, but the comment area brings out the stupidest people in the world.

 

Google+- Wait that still exists? If you are a computer engineer, or work for google, This is America's hottest social media.

 

Vine- I personally love Vine- It requires people to think up something captivating in video form and only gives them 7 seconds to do it.. Full Disclosure: The real reason I love vine, is that it isn't flash based and "Just works" on every device and browser.

 

4chan- Rule 34.

 

Usenet Newsgroups- I was social before it was cool to be social.

 

Reddit- Lets never sleep, ever again.

 

MySpace- BEST.SITE.EVAR.

 

-Chris "not sure if I missed any site, but will edit if I did" Con

You forgot Chums Group.

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For some reason, I really thought that Twitter would be a lot higher than it is.

 

Seems like a lot of Twitter users also use Facebook, but not the other way around. For me, the TPR forum + Twitter + YouTube combo works really well!

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