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Hot Dog Stand Marketing: Sports Sales Vol 4: Love of Reading

Want to get better at sports sales? Embrace and have a love of reading! Somewhere along the line we begin to get told by our teachers what we have to read for either school assignments or summer reading before a new school year. Slowly but surely over the years we associate reading as a task….

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Hot Dog Stand Marketing: Sports Sales Vol 2: True Passion

True Passion in Sports Sales: Believe In What You Represent. I love what I represent. A sports talk radio station.  My own marketing company.  I’m not a die hard “super fan” of the station that I sell for.  But I do love the competition of sports, the teamwork and team building aspect, and the levels…

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Hot Dog Stand Marketing: Sports Sales Vol 1: Remarkable Level of Customer Service

The economy in America is going to crumble because of healthcare and our deficit.   Europe will become a continent of third world countries because of the debt crises.   The NFL is going to be banned by the government because of concussions.   There will NEVER be another band like the Beatles or the…

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5 Must Ways to Sell in Sports Sponsorship

Congratulations, you are in Sports Sponsorship! What does that really mean??  Uh oh!  You are in that dreaded S word career now…SALES! It’s actually a great and proud (if you do it the right way) career to be in, and since I am a “Sales Guys with a Hot Dog Marketing Problem” and have been…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 08.13.12 – 08.20.12

The Top News In #Sportsbiz is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Lead Writer – Mark Burns Sports Business Pac-12 Network Starts, Will Reach 48 Million Homes The Pacific-12 Conference is scheduled to begin airing its TV network at 6 p.m. today (August 15). With a national feed and six regional feeds, the San Francisco-based…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 08.06.12 – 08.13.12

The Top News In #Sportsbiz is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Lead Writer – Mark Burns Sports Business Here’s What Happens To Olympic Sports Venues After The Games [Infographic] Beijing spent inordinate amounts of money on their venues and now they serve as little more than reminders of the past. London spent a…

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Missy Franklin Opts to Keep Amateur Status, Declines Endorsements

After the first week of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, it’s safe to say that 17-year-old U.S. swimming star, Missy Franklin, is the new face of American swimming and will be for years to come. The rising senior rounded out the week with four gold medals, including both the 100m and 200m backstroke titles. Yet,…

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Best in #Sportsbiz This Week

 The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Eagles’ Michael Vick launches sports clothing line Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is launching a sports clothing line called V7 that will be sold exclusively at East Coast sporting goods chain Modell’s. The…

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Best in #Sportsbiz This Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Nike and O2 launch sports loyalty scheme Nike has formed a first of its kind partnership with O2 to provide the operators’ customers with exclusive content and offers under the “Priority” loyalty banner….

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Best in #Sportsbiz this Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Nike Tumbles Most Since 2008 As Profit Drops Nike Inc. (NKE), the world’s largest sporting-goods company, tumbled the most in four years after fourth-quarter profit unexpectedly declined for the first time since 2009…

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Best in #Sportsbiz This Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Darren Rovell To ESPN: Sports Business Reporter Leaves CNBC, Returns To Bristol The world’s best known sports tweeter is indeed headed back to ESPN. CNBC’s Darren Rovell, who worked at ESPN prior to joining…

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How Jersey Sponsorship Will Penetrate the Big 4 Sports

Potential Jersey Sponsorship in the Big 4 Sports         A recent article in the Sports Business Journal declared that jersey rights fees for the Big 4 pro sports leagues could total over $370 million. That’s a lotta cake to leave on the plate! It would logically suggest (given revenue-hungry owners and increasingly desperate advertisers)…

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