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Guest post by Jenna Smith Sports marketing is one of the most successful ways to bring in business and capture a casual passerby’s eye. You need only look at how popular and anticipated the commercials for The Big Game (that football one that people go crazy over but we can’t say the name of because…

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Guest Post Submitted by Chris McKenzie There’s been one too many Billy Bean’s to mention in this article. You know; the “great” players at younger/inexperienced levels that never “make it” in the big leagues. Half a season of poor performances later and he’s not the only one looking debauched; you mis-represented your client. Sure, there…

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Guest Post Written By Anna Hicks Are you thinking of a career in sports medicine? Sports medicine is a large field that has many specialties. In general, someone who specializes in sports medicine is going to help people improve or sustain their physical fitness. This can apply not only to athletes, but to people who…

The best thing about social media platforms like Twitter is that followers can stay connected with the people, topics and events that matter most to them. There are a number of top female tennis players who regularly update their fans with their itinerary, matches, travels, thoughts, rants and more. Of course, these tweets also include…

Guest Post Submitted By Josh Landson Human nature and its many influences on the field of sports has been the subject of various studies over the last few decades. A fair number of these studies examine how different sports attract people with different sets of psychological traits. For example, football attracts many aggressive players and…

Guest post submitted by Jake Roberts There is no doubt that the Internet, and social networking in particular, has resulted in many positive changes in martial arts today. However, it is important to remember that social networking did not start with Facebook and LinkedIn. Martial artists have been avid users of the Internet almost since its…

Guest Post submitted by Anna Hicks Social media has made it easier for fans to follow favorite lacrosse players from the top National College Athletic Association (NCAA) Divisions into professional league play. Many of the best players to ever hold lacrosse shafts maintain active Twitter accounts. The tweets that are sent can be informative, insightful and often really…

Sponsored Article by Tara Jackson As Sports Management becomes more complicated and more commercial, the demand for highly educated management is increasing. The sports industry now generates over $400 billion per year in the United States alone. Sports MS & MBA programs include either a Master in Science or a Masters of Business Administration in Sports Management. These…

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Using March Madness For Marketing And Promotions

Guest post by Jenna Smith Sports marketing is one of the most successful ways to bring in business and capture a casual passerby’s eye. You need only look at how popular and anticipated the commercials for The Big Game (that football one that people go crazy over but we can’t say the name of because…

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Attention Sports Agents! Your Reputation Is On The Line

Guest Post Submitted by Chris McKenzie There’s been one too many Billy Bean’s to mention in this article. You know; the “great” players at younger/inexperienced levels that never “make it” in the big leagues. Half a season of poor performances later and he’s not the only one looking debauched; you mis-represented your client. Sure, there…

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7 Ways to Stand Out From The Crowd and Land Your First Sports Medicine Internship

Guest Post Written By Anna Hicks Are you thinking of a career in sports medicine? Sports medicine is a large field that has many specialties. In general, someone who specializes in sports medicine is going to help people improve or sustain their physical fitness. This can apply not only to athletes, but to people who…

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6 Women Tennis Stars to Follow on Twitter

The best thing about social media platforms like Twitter is that followers can stay connected with the people, topics and events that matter most to them. There are a number of top female tennis players who regularly update their fans with their itinerary, matches, travels, thoughts, rants and more. Of course, these tweets also include…

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Sports Marketers Need To Understand The Human Nature Of Spectators

Guest Post Submitted By Josh Landson Human nature and its many influences on the field of sports has been the subject of various studies over the last few decades. A fair number of these studies examine how different sports attract people with different sets of psychological traits. For example, football attracts many aggressive players and…

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Martial Arts in the Social Networking Age

Guest post submitted by Jake Roberts There is no doubt that the Internet, and social networking in particular, has resulted in many positive changes in martial arts today. However, it is important to remember that social networking did not start with Facebook and LinkedIn. Martial artists have been avid users of the Internet almost since its…

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7 Lacrosse Players on Twitter You Should Follow

Guest Post submitted by Anna Hicks Social media has made it easier for fans to follow favorite lacrosse players from the top National College Athletic Association (NCAA) Divisions into professional league play. Many of the best players to ever hold lacrosse shafts maintain active Twitter accounts. The tweets that are sent can be informative, insightful and often really…

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Top 7 Sports MS & MBA Programs in the U.S.

Sponsored Article by Tara Jackson As Sports Management becomes more complicated and more commercial, the demand for highly educated management is increasing. The sports industry now generates over $400 billion per year in the United States alone. Sports MS & MBA programs include either a Master in Science or a Masters of Business Administration in Sports Management. These…

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