Social circles meets squared circle
WWE.com is proud to unveil its Social Media section, a new, safe harbor created for the WWE Universe's users of social networking sites, as well as an easy-to-use reference for our fans to follow their favorite Superstars on the Web.
Located at https://www.wwe.com/social, the new WWE.com Social Media section hosts links to all of WWE's authentic, verified Superstar profiles and brand pages on Twitter; official Facebook fan pages for every Superstar and Diva; and official WWE programming and video clips on YouTube.
WWE.com has made it easier than ever to join the more than 3 million WWE fans that have "liked" our Facebook network of pages, as well as more than 1.3 million followers of WWE accounts on Twitter, as they get the latest breaking news updates from WWE.com, plus the latest happenings in real-time from the WWE Superstars and Divas themselves.
The WWE.com Social Media section also hosts WWE's own social community, WWEUniverse.com, home to more than 600,000 members from around the world, plus official blogs from the WWE Superstars and Divas. WWEUniverse.com hosts weekly Live Chats during Monday Night Raw and pay-per-view events. You can join for free to get your own fan profile, blog, and photo gallery, plus take part in the largest WWE-related Forum online.
Still want more? WWE.com has it. WWE Universe members can also subscribe to WWE's official channel on YouTube, and get the latest WWE videos to embed and share with family and friends, including full episodes of WWE NXT, WWE Superstars and SmackDown.
In addition to the new Social Media section, you can now share any story or feature from WWE.com by clicking on the "Share" button on the right side of our site's new menu bar. You can share WWE.com stories with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Google, Digg and many other popular social bookmarking websites.
Now more than ever, WWE.com welcomes you to get involved, get informed, and get social with fellow WWE Universe members on WWEUniverse.com, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Don't just follow - become part of the conversation anytime, from anywhere around the world.
Click Here now to visit WWE.com's new Socal Media section.