Alves will be taking part in the second Google+ Hangout next Thursday – February 7th – a live video conference aimed at letting fans from all over the world get closer to the Club.
Barça fans can leave their questions for the Brazilian at any time before Tuesday February 5th , using the hashtag #CampNouLive on any of the Club’s social networks - Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Tencent Weibo
Dani Alves will become the fourth Barça player to take part in the #CampNouLive project – the Club’s latest project aimed at getting close to their fans all over the world. This time around, we will be using Google+ Hangout - a live, simultaneous videoconference which will give the fans the chance to ask the Brazilian full back questions.
Any fan who wants to ask a question has until 17.00(local time) next Tuesday, February 5th to leave their question on any of the Club’s social networks - Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Tencent) by using the hashtag #CampNouLive. On Thursday February 7th, the Hangout will be shown live on the Club websitewww.fcbarcelona.com for about 30 minutes, with the best questions selected from the fans’ suggestions.
The #CampNouLive project has become established as a great way to strengthen the participation of Barça fans. Last October, the Club launched the project, also with a Hangout, when Gerard Piqué answered the fans’ questions in a video conference that was held in three languages and became the most seen event of its type ever held by a sports organisation. The next two #CampNouLive events involved appearances from Xavi Hernàndez and Javier Mascherano, as the project really took off.
60 million registered fans
The Club uses the social networks to keep in contact with its more than 60 million registered fans around the world and continues to be a 2.0 benchmark, both in terms of volume and use. In addition to Facebook (39,7M), Twitter (14,5M), Google+ (3,1M) and Tencent (1,8M), the Club has recently joined in the Instagram network and after just 15 days has already become the most popular football club on the site.