With a number of websites of many topical issues, the owner Rhinelander, Wisconsin-based company said: “We are social networks.” Your site for uploading videos, upload.outdoorsfirst.com, is the ‘YouTube’ of the pike, ice fishing white tail, and the musky world. People can upload videos to these very specific audiences. “Face time on the Internet is the way to win,” Worrall said, and reminded the audience, “Content is king.”
OutdoorsFIRST employee Thomas Allen, a social networking expert, said, “If it is not doing as professionals, it should be. This is a very important part of marketing.” He added: “The unique content is the lifeblood of social networks when used for business and marketing.”
Allen cited recent statistics on social networking, which he said is the least expensive. Facebook has 500 million active users, which has doubled in the last two years, with an average age of 38. Facebook 700000000000 minutes pass each month. Twitter and YouTube each have 100 million active users. YouTube receives two million hits per day.
“The media is an interaction between people who share common interests,” Allen said. He makes podcasts (radio) OutdoorsFIRST sites with unique content professional fishermen. “Let the public know,” he said. First outdoor Facebook is responsible for eight companies. One customer, Frabill, jumped from 520 to 3,700 users a month, and 200 to 240,000 hits per month Facebook.
Advocated to optimize efforts, pro fishermen published in as many places as possible for the benefit of sponsors and fans. “People need their content. They live vicariously through your information. They want to follow,” he said. To drive traffic to your site, giving things away, offering the latest advice or controversial issues, add images and video.