Twitter users want their followers to know their opinions about their favorite Spider-Man

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It’s not a secret: Spiders are human Arouses emotions.

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The iconic Marvel Comics character created by Stan Lee in 1962 is a popular choice, and we have seen his story repeatedly printed and seen on various screens (movies, televisions, tablets and cell phones). Each treatment brings with it something new, and just as each actor leaves some imprint on his personality, so does the spider isotype in superhero costumes.

In recent days, a Twitter user has called The One Above All Published a post with eight different isotypes and asked his followers which one is their favorite. Pictures of the spider match those seen in the latest Spider-Man tapes: from the movie starring Tobey Maguire In 2002, since No way home The latest movie with the character Tom Holland .

To date, the tweet has received over 64,000 likes and 2,073 comments, with users commenting on the spider printed on the suite. While it’s hard to find a tendency in the comments to pick a winner, there are many users who suggest that the vote be extended beyond the cinema.

Others give their opinions without speaking, just upload a picture of their tattoo and some ask to include a picture of a spider on the back of the suit.

Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.

Never forget the power of a good conversation

Although the survey did not reach a specific conclusion, it reminds us of how much followers of a social media profile like to engage in a good conversation. A well thought out question can bring a wave of comments and feedback that will help our community understand better. The wisdom of Spider-Man’s Spider-Tweet is to ask people directly what they think about what they are passionate about.

This helps increase engagement and opens up the possibility of meaningful conversations between followers which can contribute to the virality of a message.

Elon Musk He knows very well how to do it. In many of his posts, Tesla CEO, SpaceX and now the majority shareholder of Twitter, uploaded polls to get the views of his followers. They answer him, challenge him, celebrate him and praise his event.

Social networks create conversations; The One Above All Got it and see what he did with his tweets.

If your network is down, you already know what you need to do: Ask.

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