This week we talk about Meetup.com including their new “Everywhere” feature for organizing worldwide events. Key news stories: Yankee iPad ban, NCAA D1 schools on Facebook, Ryan Dickerson – Your numbers don’t impress me, Warriors 2010 Draft Challenge, Saint Paul Saints tweets, MLS founds center to educate front -office staffers, NFL supreme court decisionRead More
Monthly Archives: May 2010
This week we welcome Brendan Wilhide from Sportsin140.com to discuss the latest news and share some insights on team social media use. Key news stories: Sports Fan Graph, Top college sports-related search terms in march, lands admits doping and accuses lance, 2012 olympic mascots, espn fends off fox for rights to acc, virtual goodluck from NJ nets and vaynermedia, tweetups, and cleveland social media deck.Read More
In this weeks quick tip we talk about some online fan feedback tools including: Get Satisfied, UserVoice, Suggestion Box, and FormSpring. This weeks news includes: Phil Mickelson Burger-Gate, Bad Play=Free Tickets, Bucks Squad 6, Fox warns leagues’ streaming efforts could turn off networks, Get your preak on, rose bowl changes, possible play-in game change.Read More
Russell Scibetti’s website The Business of Sports.com announced his inaugural ”Business of Sports Awards” winners. And lo behold we got runners up for Best Alternative Sports Business Content. We are thrilled, thank you for watching, and voting. Lets win this thing outright next year!
Runner-up: The Row Show – They’ve only been around for a year, but their content is outstanding, in both the content and production value. They are on top of the latest trends in how technology can be used for sales and marketing in the sports world, and they provide a great balance of discussing current events and sharing best practices and useful tips.
For the full list of winners visit thebusinessofsports.comRead More
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This week we talk with Stephanie Bagley about the NHL’s use of the latest facebook features, including open graph, and social plugins. Stephanie is with Vaynermedia a brand consulting company behind many of the NHL’s social media efforts in the past 18 months.Read More