Facebook Integration

The corporate office (me) has coordinated with marketing (me) to task our IT department (also me) with a new website. Marketing is pretty hot on this whole social 2.0 webworking business, and got IT to spec out some Spacebook polygration or somesuch.

Anyway, IT asked me, customer relations, to do some surveys and see how this will impact our brand perception and customer preferencing trends. I don’t exactly understand the MyFaces and whatnot, so I got my three year-old to work out some questions the young people might relate to.

What Kinds of Facebook Integration Would You Like?
  • A link to the store's Facebook page is fine, but nothing more. (32%, 12 Votes)
  • The works: login with my Facebook profile, like buttons, see what my friends like, etc. (24%, 9 Votes)
  • Some like buttons would be nice, but leave my profile's info out of it. (16%, 6 Votes)
  • I really hate seeing Facebook everywhere, and would rather nothing at all. (16%, 6 Votes)
  • I'd like to use my Facebook profile for comments (and maybe a forum?), but leave my friends list out of it. (8%, 3 Votes)
  • Is a "Spacebook" like one of those iPads, but for astronauts? (5%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 38

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6 responses to “Facebook Integration”

  1. Kevin Kohl says:

    This comment has more to do with the store website than facebook integration, and I’m probably not saying anything you don’t already know.
    I think a forum would be a great way to organize events and to get together with other players. I’ve noticed other stores using one for that purpose.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Duly noted, thanks. :)

  3. eric says:

    Mayhaps also a twitter account for announcements and their ilk?
    (You can get clients that post to both simultaneously.)

  4. Allie says:

    I’d like to vote for “Jeremy doesn’t run this store by himself.”