Social media has long been something that many of us use on a daily basis; gone are the days of good old fashioned letter writing, or a simple telephone call. The popularity of these social networking sites, which include sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr are becoming the norm in today’s society. These sites are mostly used to connect with friends and family, share photographs, create groups organise events and much, much more.
In recognition of the popularity these sites boast, Tidy Bingo are certainly utilising their page on Facebook. This is one of the better known social media sites and it is an ideal way of being able to promote their interaction with all the players. Tidy Bingo believe that having good relations with their players is what matters the most, so having their own social networking page is an ideal way maintaining that desired interaction.
So, if you’re a bit of a ‘Facebooker’ and also enjoy a bit of bingo, then this is a perfect combination for all you fans out there. You’ll find an abundance of information on the Tidy Bingo Facebook fan page including free to enter competitions, promotional results, plus you will also get a little insight on the site’s owners with all their latest antics! The page is updated regularly, keeping all the Tidy players in the know of what’s going on and what’s new.
After taking a peek at the Tidy Bingo Facebook page, their most recent news is how they have just sealed a sponsorship deal with a local netball club, with the promise of keeping their loyal players up date on all the action of the team.
Previously we have even seen the brand create a music quiz which certainly proved popular with the players. The page is also where the National Lottery Lotto results are posted every Wednesday along with details of whether the Tidy Lotto has been won that week or not. Tidy Bingo also encourage their followers/players to share any news or photos they might have.
Whether you are a new or existing player at Tidy Bingo, don’t miss out on all the fun and frolics – give them a ‘Like’ on Facebook.