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Played NCAA Sports? Here’s Five Ways to Make a Career Out Of It

Athleticism and athletic experience help improve a person’s leadership skills and their ability to work within a cohesive unit. Likewise, at the college level, students who participated in NCAA sports may have advantages over other college students. College sports build a personal network, which will become an asset in the professional world. You can find and…

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This is How You Get a Job in Sports

There are lots of different ways to get a job in sports. But if you have zero contacts, no experience and you’re literally starting from scratch, there’s one sure-fire way to get your foot in the door and ultimately land your first job in sports. That’s what I’m going to share with you today. No…

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Goal Setting to Get a Sports Job

Listen here Sonny Boy!  Set goals to achieve your dreams! How many times have we heard Uncle Bob tell us that when we were growing up as kids?  Great advice, generally though Uncle Bob did not also provide the actionable path to how to set those goals and what those goals needed to be in…

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LIVE Webinar with Lewis Howes – How To Land Your Dream Job In Sports

Are you looking for a competitive advantage that will help you land that dream job in the sports industry? If your answer is YES, then make sure to join Sports Networker’s CEO – Lewis Howes to find out how! Date: Wednesday, October 17 Time: 2pm EST (ie. NYC) Cost: FREE! Sign Up Here -> http://bit.ly/Free-Webinar-With-Lewis-Howes During…

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Why Your “Identity” Can Help You Land a Job in Sports

NFL General Managers talk about it. NFL coaches talk about it. Even NFL sportswriters talk about it. What is it? It’s your “Identity.” Award-winning sportswriter, Rick Gosselin says, “When I study the New York Giants I know exactly what they are. Their philosophy hasn’t changed in 30 years. Big bodies from big schools — New…

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Sports Fan Engagement From Vancouver to Melbourne [VIDEO]

Meet Ryan McKee.  He is the Fan Development Manager for Essendon Football Club in the Australian Football League. I first met Ryan just over a year ago when we presented together at an event hosted by the Canadian Sport Center Pacific on the impact of social media in sports. Back then, he was the Marketing Manager…

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Is Your Marketing Message Keeping You From Landing a Job in Sports?

Your marketing message is part of your personal brand and should include what marketers call your USP, which stands for Unique Selling Proposition. This is what differentiates you from everyone else and helps you stand out from the crowd to land a job in sports. It will also inspire employers to want to know more…

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Why Most People Fail to Land a Job in Sports

One of the hardest jobs to land in sports (other than a GM position in the NFL) is that very first job out of college. Why? Because when you’re just starting out, you don’t know anyone. No one knows you. And you’re unproven. Plus, the sports business experience you have is either lacking, or irrelevant….

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How To Get A Job In Sports with Chris Iles, Manager Corporate Communications – Minnesota Twins

How to Get a Job in Sports with Chris Iles, Corporate Communication Mg. of the Minnesota Twins Meet Chris Iles, the Corporate Communications Manager for the Minnesota Twins. He’s a hometown guy, raised and educated in the Twin Cities area. He’s also the originator of the Twins’ Tweet Board, a growing sensation. I had the…

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How To Get A Job In Sports with SF Giants Bryan Srabian (Part 4)

Part 4 of 4 video interviews with SF Giants – Social Media Director – Bryan Srabian So, we’ve talked with Bryan about his role with the Giants and how they approach their social media strategy. Then we heard about some of the SF Giants most creative social media campaigns and how they have managed to…

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30 Books To Help You Land A Job In Sports

Article co-written by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski For many people, the Easter long weekend is a long overdue break from a seemingly never-ending winter and the first signs of Spring. For many students out there, it means that final exams are coming up.  And, for some, that means it’s time to…

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Meet The Thirty Under 30 Award Winners In Sports Business

If the guy in the interview below looks familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen his face on a number of articles here on Sports Networker. Chris McKinney is one of our awesome contributing authors and is consistently delivering valuable content focused on helping you launch your career in sports. Chris is the President of Sports…

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