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How WWE will (likely) treat spoilers in the future
If anyone has seen on facebook...WWE has asked several questions regarding spoilers on their site and people have been voting on the poll.
When asked where people get spoiler info from...Social media site(facebook/twitter) was in lead(option of "i never seek out spoilers" finished 3rd)
When asked about if WWE should reveal spoiler info, the option of yes(cause fans should know about these things when they happened) was in the lead, though didn't win majority(option of yes(but if WWE warns people about potential spoiler) and no(so people can be surprised) were about tied for 2nd)
When asked about if people are more or less inclined to watch a show if they know results, majority voted for less inclined.
When asked about thoughts on spoilers, majority voted for "I don’t like spoilers.I want to be completely surprised by everything."
So based on this, could we be seeing WWE adjust to this shortly? I could see them just opening a twitter account JUST for spoilers, so fans who don't wanna be spoiled, won't get spoiled. The two big ones I think WWE will consider alot would be how lots of fans said they have less interest if they know spoilers, and lots said they hate spoilers in general.
Who knows, maybe in future, WWE might be doing more of these polls(to know what aspects of WWE the fans like and don't like). Don't get why they won't. Some companies out there would do anything to have the amount of social media activity from it's fans that WWE has, so WWE should be utilizing this. Companies pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to do these type of polls and research, and WWE can do this for free(and could get hundreds of thousands of people voting on these polls)
Last edited by dxbender; 01-19-2013 at 11:12 PM.