Month: September 2018

How Shea Serrano Has Become ‘The Robin Hood of the Internet’

When it comes to selling books and giving back to the community, author Shea Serrano has tapped into his substantial Twitter following in a way few have done in the past.

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Bleacher Report Flexes Original Content Muscles With ‘The Champions’

From the creators of “Game of Zones”, comes the latest in Bleacher Report’s original content arsenal.

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TeamSnap Unveils a New, Instantaneous Video Platform to Its Youth Sports App

The TeamSnap App approaches the fall season with unique new video capabilities and the chance for users to buy shirts in the app.

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goCharge Gives Power to Fans When They Need It Most

There’s going to be one major problem for sports fans when teams go to all-mobile ticketing, but goCharge has already solved the issue.

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IMSA Leans on Driver Star Power to Increase Interest

IMSA has seen an influx of talent that puts it in the conversation of upper echelons of racing personalities.

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How Teams Can Use Social Video Franchises to Tell Unique Stories

Behind-the-scenes content has proven to be a favorite among fans, and some college and professional sports teams have aced that strategy.

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Slice Turns to Barstool Sports to Add Value to Pizzeria Partners

Slice leveraged its technology to create a big business. Now, it hopes to expand even more by utilizing Barstool Sports’ reach.

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MSBC Looks to Continue to Deliver Exceptional Conference Experience

The student-run conference has become one of the better events on the conference circuit.

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New Partnership Has Jaguars’ Leonard Fournette Traveling in Style

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette expanded his lifestyle sponsorship portfolio by collaborating with iFLY Luggage.

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Mastering Twitter: Personal Branding Tips for Sports Business Professionals

Are you using Twitter properly? If not, it could be the difference in landing your next dream job or being left on the sidelines. 

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