WWE Trending Now on Yahoo, Due to Investor Information
Seeing the WWE trend after a pay-per-view event is not unusual; people go online and search for the outcomes of recent matches. For the WWE to be trending on a Tuesday, there's usually a chance that something significant happened on Monday's Raw broadcast.
While episode 999 was pretty good and had the big Money in The Bank announcement, it seems today the WWE is trending due to investors.
A news article on Yahoo! Finance that went up yesterday discusses that WWE investors can now follow WWE Investors on You Tube, Facebook and Twitter.
You can see the article here.
The Facebook page is up to only 536 likes so far, so you know this page hasn't hit the major fans yet. Or is it that the major fans really don't care about the investor information of the WWE?
Will this approach and plan help the WWE in some way? Will it bring in more advertisers, and push the company to always put out a top-quality product? Does this ensure that the PG Era is here to stay for the foreseeable future?
Follow the pages, read the articles and keep informed to find out.
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