The most clicked stories from this week’s #Sports e-newsletter include: a look inside the NY Giants marketing playbook, Milwaukee Bucks drive sports teams on Pinterest, how the Dallas Mavericks connect with fans through social media, Nike’s new unveiling and how NFL players will help NFL dominate social media.
Super Bowl champs score big off the field through engaging social platforms, player-fan connections…
GetPinterested had the chance to speak with the Nick Monroe, the team’s Senior Sales & Retention Rep and overseer of the team’s social media activity…
…Teams are encouraged to interact with their fans in Social Media and the Dallas Mavericks are one of the leaders in this space….
…Nike unveiled a line of digitally connected footwear — some designed for basketball, others for more general workouts — that records data about the wearer and syncs it to accompanying Nike+ Basketball and Nike+ Training apps for the iPhone, iPod touch and web…
United Way is looking for social media interns to promote the philanthropy efforts of the 32 NFL teams and each team’s United Way spokesperson to help the the organizations dominate social media…
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- NCAA Lets Facebook Fans Pick March Madness Field
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- Twitter Is For Everyone – Even Crazy Sports Executives
- Where is the P Interest for Sports Entities?
- Pinterest – The NHL’s Newest Opportunity To Build “Super Fans”
- 5 Trends for Sports Social Media that can be used in Football
- How Nike’s Marketing Revolution has resulted in a 40% reduction in TV and Print Ads
- How Avg Players Use Twitter and a Human Voice to Become Social Media Superstars
- Google + Hangouts in Sports
- Jeremy Lin: Lessons in Data, Analytics & Insights
- NBA Best Practices: Trail Blazers Use All Star Selection to Bring Fans Together
- Ski Resorts Harness the Power of Social Media
- Future of Location Based Services in Sports
- Jeremy Lin Gets a Facebook Profile. What Took Him So Long?
- RaceBuddy being added to Nationwide coverage
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