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// Digital Marketing Survey

By Warriors Staff

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Following major developments over recent years, including the launch of Wigan TV and the advancements in social media, the Wigan Club want to gain the views and opinions of their loyal fans to help them develop social media and digital marketing strategies even further.

As such the club are asking fans to give their views through a short online survey which will help the development of social media communications and marketing activities through a greater understanding of fans views and perceptions of the official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.

This feedback will play a pivotal role in terms of future planning, as well as the opinions about the development of a dedicated Wigan TV phone and tablet app.

By taking part in this survey fans will have the option to be entered into a prize draw to win a signed Wigan Warriors shirt. To enter the draw please supply personal details when prompted but supporters can be assured that these details are NOT stored against survey responses to allow free and honest comments.

To take part in the questionnaire [CLICK HERE] 

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