Posts Tagged ‘social media’

There & Back Again – Barbed Arrow on Facebook

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Barbed Arrow back on Facebook

This week we’ve relaunched the Barbed Arrow and Grand Arena of Serndall presence on Facebook.

Hammer here to check it out, including Facebook-exclusive Grand Arena of Serndall information about the story of the city of Serndall and upcoming Facebook events with the developer team.

Mash that “Like” button and maybe you’ll win a prize.

(Though that ‘prize’ might be Pixie beating up Grond and Grevnol. Again.)


Monday, November 26th, 2012

Hello…………….. Is there anybody out there?  Just nod if you can hear me, is there anyone home?

That is my initial question about this blogging thing.  Is there anybody out there?  Does anyone read my crap?  I only ask because I just don’t understand social media.  It is very new to me, and I guess I just don’t get how it truly works.

Now I understand that it is important for a company, such as ours, to have a social media campaign.  I’m just not sure how impactful it has been thus far.  That has me thinking and wondering if I am failing at this whole deal.  So that gets me wondering what to do.  To be honest, I am not too sure what that magic bullet is.

That brings me to the next question.  If there is anyone out there, I am open to advice.  What do you want to see in a blog?  Is it a subject you are looking for?  Or maybe a writing style?  How am I doing at this linking thing?

How do you feel about blogs in the first place?  I’ve never followed a blog, so I am a true noob at this.  Don’t worry, I’m going to school myself.  That begins by finding some blogs that I can follow that have some meaning for me.  Then of course input from the people that read my stuff, if they exist.

So I hope you are out there, and I hope you are reading.  If so, then please post a comment or two.  I can take criticism, most of the time.  I promise to take several deep breaths before I react negatively.  Then I will give my head a shake, stop taking it personally and respond positively.

Hope to hear from you.  Otherwise, I may just be lost in this social media machine.