Sports Geek says Snapchat is not worth the effortCricket takes the headlines again this week but unfortunately for the wrong reasons with a poor tweet offending Indian cricket fans.  We chat with Francis Leach on ABC Grandstand about that tweet and what options teams have when advertising on social media.  We look back at the Year that was on Facebook & Twitter.  I explain why Snapchat is not the right platform for sports and why you shouldn't bother with it.

On this podcast you’ll find out about:

  • Steps you should take to avoid social media mistakes
  • What ad options may work for your team
  • How Facebook and Twitter thought 2013 went
  • Why Snapchat is not the right platform for sports
  • Why return on effort is super important

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Resources from the episode

Key Facebook Topics for 2013

New Sports Geek Office

We have moved to South Yarra (15 Simmons St), stop by for a chat or a game, here is the foyer. New Sports Geek Office Foyer

Social Media Post of the Week

Forgot to mention it on the podcast but loved the work of the @Dodgers taking over the @LAKings Twitter account.  Please tweet in your nominations for social media post of the week to @SportsGeek or @seancallanan.

Closing 2 Cents

Snapchat not worth it for sports

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