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Sport Monetization

Are you looking for ways to increase corporate sponsorship revenue? Well take a look at this example from Oregon State University with their Baseball “Diamond” Giveaway. I thought this particular promotion was worth noting for three reasons: – Social Media integration. In order to view and sign-up for the promotion, you’d have to be a […]

Football 101 Examples

After my last post generated some good interest, I wanted to share a few examples of various programs who already host their own “Football 101” event. This is nowhere close to being an exhaustive list, nor do I necessarily endorse any of these events, however these links are just meant to serve as examples of […]

Job Descriptions

Have you ever thought about what your job description really says? Does it accurately reflect the work that you do and the value you provide? Certainly it takes some time to get acclimated to a new job and after a few months you are probably set in what your role is and how you make […]

Athletics Equipment Manager Part 4 of 4

If this is your first time reading this blog, you might want to check out part 1, part 2 and part 3. This post will pick up where part 3 left off. I started my professional experience at the University of Notre Dame in July 2007 under the title of Assistant Equipment Manager. In that […]

How do you monetize social media?

That question seems to be all the rage these days, doesn’t it? How do you use these newly adopted social tools to assist in meeting your financial goals? Well, one of the (many) principles I try to live by goes like this – “the answer only matters if you are asking the right question.” I’m […]

Happy New Year

Happy new year to you and yours! Do you have any new year traditions? Do you make resolutions? Or proclamations about the new year and how this one will be different or better? We like to think that the changing of the calendar gives us all a new opportunity to be better, get fitter, be […]

Communications

When the term sports communications comes up, a few things come to mind: ESPN, Yahoo! Sports, other sport-centric websites, or even the stuff SIDs (sports information directors) do.  These though are not what I’m referring to…I am referring to all the other communication that has to happen for an organization to operate efficiently.  Emails, meetings, […]