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Social Media And The NFL, Plus New Web Show!

I started a new web show.

I teamed up with the great crew over at The Pulse Network for a weekly half hour show to give you more content, expert interviews, and insider tips in sports, social media, marketing and more.

I’m still in the early stages and updating the format each week, but my goal is to make it as fun, entertaining, and educational as possible for the viewer.  I understand the importance of time we all have in our busy lives, and that’s why I give as much content as possible during my 60-90 minute webinars.

As I continue to develop my content and show, I’d love to hear your ideas for how to make it better, what topics you would like to have me cover, and how you would like to become more involved.

For now I’ll be doing the show live at 2pm EST ever Thursday, but I’ll be posting the video replay every week on here or lewishowes.com depending on sports, or another type of online marketing topic.

The NFL And Social Media

In this episode I brought on sports social media star Sam Taggart who works at Vayner Media and helps run social media campaigns for the New York Jets, NHL, New Jersey Nets, and professional athletes.  Sam recently wrote an article about a missed opportunity the NFL had during opening weekend regarding social media.

I bring on Sam in the second half of this show, and share some of my tips for sales professionals that I took away before my keynote at Jeffrey Gitomer’s social media sales event in Philadelphia.

Check out this episode and let me know what you think.

Web Show Format

Like I said, I’m looking to make this a better show each week and do this for you.  Do you like the format, think I should get rid of something or bring on a new topic?  Your feedback is more than welcome.  Enjoy the show.

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One Response to Social Media And The NFL, Plus New Web Show!

  1. Al Boxall-Gordon September 23, 2010 at 8:38 am #

    Hi Lewis. Great job to get your TV show going. I’ve just started a weekly TV show within a completely different market in the UK for play ideas with kids … and very importantly running a competition each week to contribute the funniest kids joke. It would be great to compare notes and share ideas of what works and doesn’t work and things to try. I would also be interested to learn from you in how you are monetising your TV show.

    My feedback points on your TV show are as follows…

    I really love your format of getting guest speakers in. This is something I’ll be looking into for my own show in the future. Love the way you split the screen to have you both there. It works really well. How do you do that?

    Love the upbeat intro. It’s great and you get a really good feel for your personality. If this is in the front of every show, I think it may be a bit long as a viewer you are keen to get to the content, but it would be good to put out there every now and again, or as an ad for your show. Alternatively you could have the personality bits at the end as people get hooked so they can choose to watch it at the end.

    I didn’t delve too far into the content, but I liked the idea that you are tackling a specific problem that you have identified i.e. the NFL and their social media marketing and I like the idea that you have someone with great credibility to address it.

    I am not sure if it helps but the things that work well for my so far seem to be…

    – Getting the audience to shape the show or to contribute through some form of giveaway.
    – Keeping it short and sweet.

    Get in touch if you would like to compare notes.

    Al

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