Posts tagged "twitter"

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Vote for the Jr. NBA Coach of the Year on Twitter

Editor’s Note: The Jr. NBA and Positive Coaching Alliance have partnered together to create a program designed to honor influential youth basketball coaches and the impactful work that they do for our game. The Jr. NBA Coach of the Year award is given to a youth…

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Learn The Basics Of Video Marketing With The Free LeagueApps Email Course

Get Tips On How to Use Video to Grow and Market Your Sports Program Sent Straight To Your Inbox You know the easiest way to sell your programs and brand is through video. After all, in 2017, video will account for 74% of all online…

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3 Tips on How to Use Social Media to Improve Your Sports Organization

Nearly two-thirds of all adults are using social media today, according to this Pew Research report. That number isn’t too surprising considering how hard it is to buy a pair of shorts without bumping into at least three people staring at their phones. There’s no…

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Social Media Marketing For Your Sports Organization: Part I

This post was written by our friends at Four Kicks Marketing.  They’re experts when it comes to driving demand and customer conversion through social media.  To learn more about Four Kicks marketing, head over to our Deal Center! Which Platforms Are Right For My Sports…

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Twitter For Your Sports Organization

An important theme for LeagueApps in 2012 is helping sports organizations leverage social media. LeagueApps has recently launched some Facebook integration features. We also love to use Twitter and built our first twitter feature within LeagueApps during our Sportsvite team hackathon in NYC last week….

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Promote your Programs with Twitter!

Last month, the LeagueApps team officially began its social integration by launching our first Facebook project.  Our goal with ‘social’ is to help our league partners ramp up promotion of their club activities, while getting members more engaged and better connected. Driving home the theme of…