Despite some technical problems, on this Sports Geek Podcast we chat with Dan Pinne from the Storm about their shiny new Twitter handle which will be front and centre on their Auckland 9s jersey. We look back at #SBNight to answer the question how to break into the sports business.
On this podcast you’ll find out about:
- Why the Melbourne Storm changed handle to @Storm
- Importance of teams to promote all channels as not everyone is on Twitter
- How I started Sports Geek with a trip to LA, Dallas & New York
- What platforms I used to connect with Mark Cuban and ended up in Mavs locker room
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Resources from the episode
- Connect with @DanPinne on Twitter and Linkedin
- Storm launches new @storm Twitter handle on Auckland Nines jersey
- Looking back at first Sports Geek Trip
- Listen to Dan Butterly about how MWC got started with fan analysis
- Listen to the Blokes talk about Content Marketing
- Sounds of the Game thanks to Shane Harmon from Westpac Stadium
- Listen to Harf Time on 1116 SEN
- Ep #35 dedicated to Collingwood legend Peter Daicos one of first Sports Geek clients, check out his Sportzstats counters
- Thanks for iTunes reviews in Australian iTunes and USA iTunes.
- Have you signed up for weekly Sports Geek News?
We helped Peter Daicos get started on Twitter back in 2009.
But watch these highlights
From Sports Geek Trip in 2010 at Dallas Mavericks game
From the game discussed in the podcast from the suite.
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