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Seeker fans plan Twitter Trending events for final Seeker weekend

May 20, 2010

Okay, so the show will continue to air through September, but the last first-run episode airs this weekend.

Our friend liric asked that we share the following information. Get the latest updates in this LOTS.org forum discussion.

Twitter Trending Events for the Season Finale Weekend – Check in for details
The idea: To tweet during Saturday/Sunday (US times), in different unified tweeting events, to promote the season finale in the US, by using the exact same tweets, while trending #legendoftheseeker.

Satruday’s #saveourseeker at 8AM EST and #legendoftheseeker at 12PM EST stay the same.

When:

Saturday: 4PM EST – 6PM EST

Saturday: 9PM EST – 11PM EST

Sunday: 9AM EST – 11AM EST

Sunday: 4PM EST – 6PM EST

Sunday: 9PM EST – 11PM EST

What:

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker @WPIX Saturday 4PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker @WPIX Saturday 5PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker @ktla Sunday 4PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker @ktla Sunday 1AM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WGN Saturday 2PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WGN Sunday 2AM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WPHL Saturday 12AM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WPHL Sunday 8PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on KDAF Saturday 8PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on KDAF Sunday 3PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on KICU Saturday 7PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on KTVU Sunday 12AM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WCVB Saturday 11:35PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WCVB Sunday 12AM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WATL Sunday 6PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WXIA Sunday 12PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WDCW Sunday 10PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on WDCW Sunday 11PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on KIAH Saturday 4PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“Watch #LegendoftheSeeker on KIAH Saturday 5PM http://dadt.com/lots/

“One Quest. One Hope. One Love. #LegendoftheSeeker. [insert your own link].”

“Hope has a warrior. #LegendoftheSeeker. [insert your own link].”

“Nothing’s ever easy. #LegendoftheSeeker. [insert your own link].”

“Based on #terrygoodkind1 Sword of Truth, the epic fantasy TV series #LegendoftheSeeker. [insert your own link].”

“You don’t know what you have until it’s taken away from you. #LegendoftheSeeker. [insert your own link].”

“The Book of Counted Shadows. The Sword of Truth. The #LegendoftheSeeker. [insert your own link].”

*Try to use as many tweets as possible.

Okay, I get the tweeting time and tweets, but what’s with the [insert your own link]?

Just what it says. While we will unified everything else, this is the place to personalize your tweet. Use links to LotS fan-made clips on YouTube; to the series official website (http://dadt.com/lots/); to Terry Goodkind official website (http://www.terrygoodkind.com/, preferably to the page where Mr. Goodkind supports the campaign:http://www.terrygoodkind.com/news.html); to your favorable LotS episode on Hulu, iTunes; to the campaign main website, LJs and boards. Use @ for TV networks (see list below), but make sure you only send one tweet per network (we want their sympathy, not anger). Use @ for TV columnists (see list below), but send one tweet per columnist.

ReTweet:

Remember to retweet others. Ask people (kindly!) to retweet your tweets.

Speard the word:

Be that on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LiveJournals, boards, sites or the old fashioned way of simply telling people — speard the word: The legend is taking over Twitter this weekend!

Networks Twitter accounts:

@tntweknowdrama
@USA_Network
@nbc
@ABCFamily
@CW_network
@g4tv
@FOXBroadcasting
@WarnerBrosEnt
@DisneyABC

Columnists Twitter accounts:

@RoushTVGuideMag
@MichaelAusiello
@MattMtvguy
@KristinDSantos
@KorbiGirl

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One comment

  1. Thanks, Michael.

    Please check the thread on LOTS.org for an update.



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