The Trick(s) to Networking on Social Media

This isn’t your ordinary night spent in front of the TV, clutching a small glass with ice cubes clinking inside. You have somewhere to be, and people are expecting you to show up representing the best version of yourself. Tonight is different than most nights because you are on your way to a networking mixer downtown, […]

A Five Step Plan For Networking on Twitter

This article is a guest submission from Rich Campbell, Associate Professor of Marketing at Sonoma State University I recently wrote a two part post at TheBusinessofSports.com with some suggestions of people to follow on Twitter in the sports industry, branding and social media. There are many such lists all over the internet including this Huffington Post […]

The Art of the Informational Interview

Imagine for a moment that your interests lie in sports marketing. Since day one of your undergraduate career, you have been set on working within that niche of the sports world. Maybe with a team or even a big brand. Gatorade would be nice, right? The problem is, at 19-years-old, you have no earthly idea […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: How To Use LinkedIn to Help Your Sports Career

As some of our regular readers have pointed out, I’ve had a bit of a tone to my writing and career advice columns lately. I have to admit it’s been intentional. My true personality is more supportive, patient and understanding – but sometimes that gets old and people turn a deaf ear to you. As […]

Sports Jobs Q&A – Should You Add Personality to Your Professional Profile?

Yet another video version of our Sports Jobs Q&A column where you submit the question and we give you our expert opinion. This weeks question comes from Anna in Alpharetta, Georgia who wants to know if she should add some personality and creativity to her resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile…here’s our take: WIS qa […]

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