The nature of SEGA’s community-building initiative, coupled with the major measurement elements, required Kellie Parker, community manager of Sega of America, to divide up the various social media properties with the PR department. This made the behemoth project more manageable on all fronts. “We divide up the sites generally by their size and corporate ownership. All of the gaming magazines, television shows and large Web sites are firmly on the PR side of things,” Parker says. “My team generally works with independent sites that don’t have corporate owners.
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