Be sure to tag it #AusOpen says Kim TrengoveOn the final Sports Geek Podcast of 2013, we chat with Kim Trengove and Daniel Lattimer from Tennis Australia as they prepare for the Australia Open.

On this podcast you’ll find out about:

  • What the Australian Open hope to achieve at Australian Open
  • Plans for Social Shack at Australian Open
  • Why Instagram is a growing platform for Australian Open
  • What does Tennis Australia do for the other 50 weeks of the year
  • What it is like to be on the inside when your content takes off
  • Big moments from 2013 at Sports Geek

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Resources from the episode

Australian Open Social Shack

Take a look at the finished #AusOpen Social Shack, thanks to Jessica Ivers Instagram.

Social Media Post of the Week

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Send me a tweet @SeanCallanan or @SportsGeek with your nominations

Closing 2 Cents

Get focussed in 2014 - Fans first, Content second, Platforms third.

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