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mrs v. viper wrote: EDIT so in short: I think what Id do is aks aroun on those pages who wants to do an actual streetteam and set one up/rework an existing page and call it streetteam for every country. So those would be the "i want to online promote/put out flyer" pages, that would maybe somehow get an "approved" thing of some sort (if it's just the band putting out a list like "we are in connection with these") and let the rest of the pages just be what they are, whatever this might be. So peiple have the choice
Justin Kicks wrote: So as I just created the new USA street team page I was going to use facebook paid ad service to help get the name of the street team out and try to get some more support when I thought rather then giving money to facebook I could instead be more creative and entice some of the supporters to promote the page by offering rewards..
It is similar to the whole point system just created here for the forum, but a little more street team promotion orientated. To explain this quickly I plan on offering to personally buy something off of the Crashdiet webshop to any street team member of the page for gaining the most points over a period of time and possibly smaller prizes to smaller point earners. To earn points you can share and promote the street team page throughout the internet, print out flyers and plaster Crashdiet material all across the city that you live in, and various other promotional type things to be worked out!
Has anyone else experimented or done anything like this to help get Street Team activity going?! If so how did it work.. I know a lot times when people joing a street team they don't really participate in actual promotional activities, so I thought this could be a fun and rewarding way to ensure that Street Teamers actually get help spread the word.. Obviously it would be an optional thing and for people that didn't want to be bothered with doing the flyers and such don't really have to worry about it
Fhina wrote: Changed it also for the Finnish group and will talk to Jeppe about the Crashdiet Army, cause it says nothing othere wise he can keep it as a support page for international use and we make a new page, let's see!
PS.:would you rather wanna have a group are a page?
I guess ths Crashdiet Army is more like a general thing for everyone... And Finland has just that group...so maybe it's better to make a page?
What would you prefer?
XiLaii wrote: What happened, bex?
me wrote: as for calling all pages streetteams, there are alot of fan pages there right now, and mayn of them are what I would call "Crashdiet appreciation pages" like, I'd compare those pages to the streetteams like I'd compare the crashdiet topics on here that go about music and pictures etc in comparison to this section of the forum. get me?
I think it would be bad to try to get them under a streetteam banner too forcefully AS IN NOT BEING TOO PUSHY, NOT AS IN FORCING THEM FFS!, because with the actual work (and to everyone, this CAN be actual WORK) they maybe arent there with the heart.
I think these page are immensly important, because it a) shows alot how popular the band is, and b) fans need a place to just rant how awesome everything is
I think I'd just leave those pages as they are.
Ofc the people setting would be the first to ask if they want to organize a real streetteam.
Also online promoting only is cool to ofc, but I think there is a difference between just sharing awesomeness and actual online promo if you get me...
Maybe this is a bit arrogant jealousy from my side, but I just worked really hard at times to make the geraman streetteam different to those pages, and I would find it sad if the term "streetteam" got watered down and think one should be care ful here.
my two cents
EDIT so in short: I think what Id do is aks aroun on those pages who wants to do an actual streetteam and set one up/rework an existing page and call it streetteam for every country..So those would be the "i want to online promote/put out flyer" pages, that would maybe somehow get an "approved" thing of some sort (if it's just the band putting out a list like "we are in connection with these") and let the rest of the pages just be what they are, whatever this might be. So peiple have the choice