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The Shorty Interview with SpoilerTV
In what ways do you waste the most time on social media?
How do you make your tweets unique?
We don't. Our users are used to our standard naming conventions to make the information recognisable and easy to digest
Instagram, Vine or GIF?
What feature should Twitter add?
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SpoilerTV is a team of 70+ TV Fans from around the world who together aim to bring you a comprehensive and up to date spoiler service on all the major US TV shows and Movies. They scour the Internet for spoilers so you don't have to as well as posting their own exclusive spoilers (Scripts, Casting Calls, Set Photos etc) as well as reviews and other fun articles and polls. They recently broke their previous record of pageviews (75 Million in 2014) for the site for 2015 with over 82 Million visits. You can see their "About Page" here http://www.spoilertv.com/p/about.html and their "Meet our Team" page here http://www.spoilertv.com/p/meet-team.html Most Fansites cover just 1 show. SpoilerTV covers ALL shows and their moto is very apt "TV For the Fans by the Fans".
How do you or your organization use social media? What makes your use unique?
SpoilerTV are experts at social media providing coverage to their fan base for all the major Social Networks. They have Facebook, Twitter, G+, Tumblr and Pinterest accounts which distribute their content out automatically as soon as a new article is posted. In addition to their main Facebook and Twitter accounts they also have "Show Specific" accounts for the popular shows so that fans can follow just the shows they want. They also have a powerful email subscription service that allows readers to subscribe to just the shows, topics and authors they want. RSS Feeds are also provided for all TV Shows. They also utilise a powerful system from the startup "Echobox" to mathematically determine when best to share content out to Twitter and Facebook. They are currently the only fansite to utilise such a system. They also provide automatic updates to their G+ page using a combination of IFTTT and Buffer services.