Global marketing for a League 2 club?Marketing needs to be globally not just locally as it seems, look at why a club supposedly owned by the fans has just 3000 members ?
We have a Norwegian branch of supportersGlobal marketing for a League 2 club?
How much marketing have you seen from other 4th Division clubs from around the world?
The club did well to link up with the Turkish 'youtuber' and get some coverage over there, does that count as global? Do you want them handing out flyers for the Trust in every country in the world?
In the past he has constantly griped about the club, Not doing this or that, We are small club, Its not a mentallity its a fact and we can't do the things he wants and just bashes the club for not doing things when its not feasableIf you chaps think those posts were 'club bashing' I seriously don't know what to say to you. jw.
Dannyred's comments and observations were perfectly acceptable and he raises very valid points.
Perhaps if everyone ditched their histrionics these discussions would be much smoother.
Hey! What's this argument got to do with me!?Winning 'Best Fan Engagement' Club clearly isn't enough for some people.
The Social Media always makes me smile, and isn't over done. I especially liked Saturday's effort, making the MK Dons game appear as live from the build ups, to warm ups, in-game commentary and through to the interviews. Simple, but no doubt lots of work behind the scenes and really well done.
But yes, we should do more to market the club to say Indonesia and Arizona where there is a global audience for a 4th tier English side.