This week I dive into the Sports Geek Mailbag to answer YOUR questions, including:
- Will Twitter Instant Timeline attract new users?
- Will Twitter users hate “while you were away” tweets?
- Facebook clamps down on promotional posts what does this mean?
- Trends for 2015 – Paid vs Earned Media
- Should I write a book?
Resources from the podcast
- Thanks for the iTunes reviews, can we reach 100 by end of 2015?
- Great wrap of Twitter Analyst day from Tech Crunch including Twitter Instant Timelines
- Read what Facebook Newsroom says about overly promotional posts
- See you at Entrepreneur Club on November 25
- Grab your ticket to @SEATConference in San Francisco 19-22 July 2015 and SEAT London March 17 2015
- Contact Sean if you're interested in the pre-SEAT trip taking in sports in Seattle, Portland & San Francisco
- Like SEAT on Facebook and follow @SEATconference on Twitter
- Have you downloaded the Sports Geek Premier League Look Book
- Connect with all guests of the podcast and check out the podcast archive
- Thanks for iTunes reviews in Australian iTunes and USA iTunes.
- Have you signed up for weekly Sports Geek News?
Thanks to Mick Russell for editing this from SEAT 2014, follow him (@mickrussell_)
Tweets that caught my eye this week
Thanks for the tweet Dave
“@seancallanan: You might enjoy my chat with Mark Cuban http://t.co/yVyHZX8ppU
— Dave Kerpen (@DaveKerpen) November 17, 2014
An interesting way to break down ticket costs
A football tickets costs HOW MUCH of your wages? http://t.co/OncAFFFu4y pic.twitter.com/gMq2AA2ee9
— Nick Harris (@sportingintel) November 16, 2014
Agree with Jason here, but not a bad thing IMHO
so much for "owned" vs "earned" vs "paid" media. Facebook just turned your "owned" media into "paid" media. $$$ http://t.co/Cbus6yzNkL
— Jason Kint (@jason_kint) November 15, 2014
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SEAT is the conference where sports technology executives unite to discuss and solve the tech problems the sports industry is facing. Collaboration across multiple tracks of technology, digital and data has helped the sports industry deliver improvements across stadium access, wi-fi, security, fan engagement, social media, digital content, ticketing and sponsorship revenue. Sean Callanan, Sports Geek