Sports Geek ready for a big A-League seasonOn this week’s podcast we look at the challenges facing national sporting organisations, why IFTTT is awesome and ready for season 10 of A-League.

On this podcast you’ll learn about:

  • What national sporting organisations need to do to succeed in digital
  • Why loose connections of your fans is important
  • Importance of having clear goals when you have limited resources
  • Why we use IFTTT with all of our clients
  • How you can monitor every player on your playing list
  • Importance of the favorite button on Twitter
  • How I met Magic Johnson
  • Importance of storytelling in sports

Happy Birthday MagicResources from the episode

Watch Magic Johnson – The Player

Watch Magic Johnson – The Business man

Here is the Bloomberg Game Changers documentary discussed in the podcast

Five IFTTT recipes you can use now

Keep track of your player's Instagram content.
IFTTT Recipe: Save specific user Instagrams to Dropbox connects instagram to dropbox

Save fan Instagram photos you like.

IFTTT Recipe: Save Instagram Likes to Dropbox connects instagram to dropbox

Reward fans who create great tweets for you

IFTTT Recipe: Create a Faved fans list connects twitter to twitter

Keep track of Instagram photos you like.

IFTTT Recipe: Save Instagram Likes in Google Spreadsheet connects instagram to google-drive

OK six because we need one for Android

IFTTT Recipe: Ping Android phone for new @SportsGeek podcasts connects feed to android-notifications

And one for Apple users
IFTTT Recipe: Ping iOS device when for new @SportsGeek podcasts connects feed to ios-notifications

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