On Tuesday evening over 500 tweets were sent using either the generic #bcafc hashtag or the match-specific #LUvBC. This latter had the wonderful side effect of causing Leeds fans to tweet that they love Bradford City (luvBC).
With the Bantams hitting the road today there will be more people at home listening to the radio or participating on Bantams player.
Unfortunately, for the second Saturday in a row I find myself occupied elsewhere so I’m relying on you to keep me informed!
Twitter is a great way of bringing all the information about a game together and we think that makes the matchday experience better.
So if you come here on a match day you’ll be able to see, in real-time, the thoughts of those at the game or listening to it. It’s a great way to find fellow Bantams to follow on Twitter and to hear a perspective from different sides of the ground.
As on Tuesday I hope we might even get some banter with the Oxford fans.
Hashtags are a way of indexing tweets around a particular subject. Most Bradford City content uses the hashtag #bcafc but over the last few seasons we’ve found it helpful to use match specific tags and we’ll be doing so again this year.
So, if you tweet and want to keep others informed of what’s going on please use #OUvBC.
If you need an account just visit Twitter and sign up, it’ll take a few minutes.
Occasionally the feed doesn’t load first time, but just press F5 and you’ll be away.
Vital Bradford takes no responsibility for the content published in this feed. Twitter is an entirely unmoderated environment and I would encourage you to remember this before letting children use this service.