You’re reading this article, which means you’re probably somewhat familiar with the plethora of content we provide on the World Soccer Talk website. What you may not be aware of, though, is the even broader spectrum of content we post on our various social media sites. We’re heavily active on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and Reddit, and we post plenty of stuff you won’t find here.
You may already be following us on one or two of our social sites and think you’ve caught everything there is to see, but you’d be wrong! We make sure to roll out different content that’s unique to each social medium’s strength. Want to see regular GIFs of the best goals and tricks? Make sure you +1 our Google+ page. Maybe longer videos are more your style. No worries, because we’ve got you covered on Facebook. What about up-to-the-minute, news, statistics, and commentary on the biggest matches of the week? Just follow World Soccer Talk on Twitter. Make sure you don’t forget Pinterest either. We just finished putting together a new board with every home, away, and third kit from the countries participating in the World Cup this summer. Come June, when your friends say, “Man, those Cameroon jerseys are awesome!” you can tell them you thought they were cool back in April.
Of course, as an independent voice of soccer, we want to personally interact with you. We always make sure to hang around our posts to see what you’re saying and answer you back when you comment at us. Seriously, grab a cup of coffee and sit down with us one Saturday morning on Twitter while we watch matches. We’ll discuss everything from Everton’s tactics to the best brews to have before 10am.
With all the time we spend on social media, some ask us if we even have a life. We just say we couldn’t imagine anything better than talking soccer 24/7. So stop by our social media sites (we’ve listed them below) and say hello. Comment on something we’ve said, tell us we’re wrong on something, or tell us we’re right (we like that), but mostly stick around for the discussion. Who knows, you may even win some cool prizes.
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