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?
Sean opens up the Sports Geek mail bag on this podcast

Resources from the podcast

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

An interesting way to break down ticket costs

Agree with Jason here, but not a bad thing IMHO

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