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Sports Conferences and You

The sports world is gigantic. It is also very competitive. You may have all of the top education and know more about statistical analysis than some of the “big wigs” on television, but that just isn’t enough. It’s all about connections. Connecting with the right people in the right field can lead to opportunity. An…

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What is the “Sponsorship Snapshot?”

Navigate Research Launches Cost-Effective, Accurate Sponsorship Research Solution In the beginning of the year, us sports fans chuckled at Visa’s commercials as the chatty, five-year-old girl bombarded Ray Lewis with questions such as “What’s your favorite color?” and as unbeknownst to Coach Harbaugh an epic speech is given to the 49ers in their locker room…

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Complete List Of 32 NFL Facebook Fan Pages + Bonus

If you’re looking for the Facebook Page for all 32 NFL football teams look no further! Some of these NFL teams have upwards of 3.5+ million fans, with the lowest seen around 852,000 fans. Nevertheless, there’s several ways one could leverage this information, more on that later. I’ve included the team’s Twitter Page and in…

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Newspapers Remain Top Sports News Source for Men

In the day and age of Twitter, online blogs and websites, and cable TV, one traditional news source is remaining steady, and it might surprise you what it is. For male sports fans, newspapers still remain as the go-to news source.  In a recent poll, male sports fans ages 18-54, 76% said the sports section…

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Half Court Shot Promotion: A Sports Marketing Opportunity at its Finest

And now Ladies and Gentlemen your attention PLEASE! Sports Networker, yeah who would name their kid that, has the opportunity to win $25,000.00 if he can make this one time shot from half court.  Put your hands together and cheer him on! Sports Networker shoots, it’s up, it’s close, oh boy just off to the…

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Why Twitter Buying Bluefin May Be The Most Important Acquisition of 2013

Twitter’s acquisition of Cambridge (MA) based Bluefin labs could be the single most influential digital acquisition in 2013. Why? Bluefin measures what we’re talking about in the social space as it happens on TV. Twitter is out to build a revenue model based on real time brand activation. Super Bowl XLVII was the most talked about…

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Sports Ticket Sales: Build it. Sell it. Prove it.

If you want a job in real estate development the best thing you can do for yourself is to pull together some money, buy a dump of a house or building, fix it up yourself then sell or rent it out. It is a learning experience that demonstrates competence and can easily lead to another…

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Working Behind The Scenes In College Athletics

I worked in college athletics for nearly 20 years. In that time, I hired and did my best to mentor a number of young people who had dreams of a career in sports. The first thing that I told them, and it was the first thing I was told when I started at Eastern Washington…

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Sports Jobs: How to Prepare for an Interview

Congratulations! You’ve made it through all that process of carefully crafting your resume and cover letter to showcase your relevant experiences and grab the attention of the recruiters and hiring managers so they’ll decide to call you and schedule an interview to give you the chance of winning your dream job in the sports realm….

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How to Achieve Your Sports Career Goals in 2013

If your number one career goal in 2013 is to land a job in sports, you’re in the right place! I’ve been helping people with their careers since 1998. And out of all my business experience, including my “Dream Job” with the Dallas Mavericks, nothing has been more fulfilling than helping people — just like…

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Do You Need A Graduate Degree To Work In Sports?

Are you on the fence about going for a graduate degree? This article is for you! We here at Sports Networker thought it would be interesting to debate the idea if receiving a masters degree or higher is essential to acquiring and maintaining a high ranking position in sports. We brought in two of our own authors,…

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NHL Lockout Hurting Key Sponsors During Holidays

The NHL Lockout has been hurting the players, coaches, front office, league personal and much more. Also hurting are some of the leagues’ key sponsors who are struggling this holiday season. Holiday sales are down, and this never-ending lockout has continued to hurt all parties involved. And with the recent announcement of  game cancelation through the remainder…

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