Twitter has been MUCH more successful for us as a way to both interact and grow our fanbase, especially over the last six months.
One fan objected to the club getting involved in Twitter because he said it was a 'gossip website.'
It is the way we keep our fans up to date with the latest news, match updates, and player banter.
Well, I've answered four questions in this interview now without sending one. Getting close to a record I think...
At work they are: smart phone (with Twitter), and err.... well, I can do most of my work from there if I have to. After that just content!
Twitter is an art more than a science. Observe what other do, copy and then find your own voice.
Recently someone complained and then unfollowed during pre-match coverage, but we picked up another 20 followers that day.
It would be nice if some of our former players who are now internationally famous followed us, but none are on Twitter yet.
In the last six months LOTS of our fans who were resistant to Twitter initially have been joining. We're not alone, and it will bring change.
Bobby Zamora, who played for us briefly in 2000 and is now internationally famous.
#bathcityfc #namethestadium #bladudthepig #adiebrittonismyhero
Manchester City FC have integrated Twitter into their fans' match day experience. It's very inspiring.
In football @beatthelastman is brilliant. In general @ThisisPartridge is fantastic.
Running multiple accounts and forgetting which account you are tweeting from! Not tweeting for 20 min during a match.
@WeLoveBath @BladudthePig @BathPope (now inactive)