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FFC Survey On Social Networking For Footie

Dear Fan

Online social networks such as facebook, Twitter and MySpace have transformed the way millions of people communicate and share ideas and experiences across the planet.

How is this affecting your relationship with the beautiful game? Is your football club embracing this technology? Do you even want them to?

Click here to take part now.

This survey looks at fans' experiences of social media and will give guidance to clubs on the mood of the nation, as they look at the opportunities and pitfalls that this emerging technology presents.

It will only take 5 or so minutes to complete, please take care to complete all relevant options.

Click here to take part now.
As ever, many thanks for your support.

The FFC Team




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Date:Sunday February 14 2010

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