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Updated 11/1: A Guide to Twitter Chats for the Sports Career-Minded

This is an update of a post that originally appeared on my blog on January 17, 2012. Since then, new Twitter chats have been added, so I wanted to provide an updated list and remind everyone about the value of participating in these chats…. For those who follow me on Twitter, I’ve been promoting participation in Twitter chats as a way to interact with sports industry professionals. For those who …Read More

Students: How to Use Twitter as a Professional Development Tool

If you read this site on a regular basis, you know I’m a huge proponent of Twitter. After all, I met both my fiancé and my first agent through Twitter (but those are stories for another day). The more I interact with students, however, the more I hear that you don’t know how to use Twitter to further your professional endeavors. I recently asked a group of around 30 students …Read More

Tips for Successful Sports Blogging

If you’ve read my career story before, you know I started out as a blogger. My first sports blog was a Braves blog I wrote during my last year of law school (spring of 2007), which quickly turned into an opportunity to be a co-founder a larger Braves blog on a national blogging network. That blog actually still exists (although the national platform it was originally on does not), which is …Read More

Updated: A Guide to Twitter Chats for the Sports Career-Minded

This is an update of a post that originally appeared on my blog on January 17, 2012. Since then, new Twitter chats have been added, so I wanted to provide an updated list and remind everyone about the value of participating in these chats…. For those who follow me on Twitter, I’ve been promoting participation in Twitter chats as a way to interact with sports industry professionals. For those who …Read More

Social Media Guidelines for Students

It has come to my attention that some of you out there need some guidance about what is and isn’t appropriate to discuss on Twitter. More and more, employers are taking into consideration your social media presence as part of the screening process, whether you realize it or not. In my recent search for a personal assistant, I listed experience with social media as a requirement, because it’s such a …Read More

A Guide to Twitter Chats for the Sports Career-Minded

For those who follow me on Twitter, I’ve been promoting participation in Twitter chats as a way to interact with sports industry professionals. For those who don’t follow me on Twitter, I hope you at least have an account and use it. If not, get one. Social media has impacted sports as much or more so than any other industry. Virtually every team and league has a Twitter account and …Read More