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Social Media In Sports-2012 Election

Athletes, Personalities Sound Off Via Social Media About #2012Election

The #2012Election saw Barack Obama and Mitt Romney go head-to-head on the campaign trial, in the battleground states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, and on nationally televised debates. Late Tuesday night and into the early morning hours on Wednesday, the #2012Election finally had a decisive winner, and America had its president for the next four years…

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Redskins Rule

Redskins Rule: How Football Games Determine The Presidential Election

Of all teams to predict the presidential election, it’s strangely, the Washington Redskins. The Redskins Rule¬†goes something like this: if the Redskins win their last home game before Election Day, then the party in power holds on to the White House. However, if the Redskins lose, the opposing party takes over. You’re probably thinking that…

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Social Media In Sports: Inside Look At The 2012 World Series (INFOGRAPHIC)

The San Francisco Giants have ranked among Major League Baseball’s best in utilizing social media in sports to their advantage. And with the 2012 World Series wrapping up just a few days ago, the Giants not only came out on top in the four-game sweep over the Detroit Tigers, but they also won the social…

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How Exclusivity Can Be Big for Athletes in Social Media (Part 2)

A while back I talked about how using social networks focused on exclusivity like Path and Facebook Groups can give less social media savvy athletes an outlet in case they want to blow off some steam or share things with their intimate family and friends. This week, I want to talk about how exclusivity can…

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