Twitter is one of, if not the most popular way for fans and players alike to engage with each other. As a work week wrap-up, we're going to give you a look at some funny tweets our athletes have had with OpenSponsorship's Twitter MVP's of the Week.
In highly competitive markets such as fitness apparel, having your brand or business stand out against your competitors is a major key.
Our 5 Best Sports Moments of 2016
These our 5 best athletes and teams sports moments of 2016
Some see sports sponsorship as just another form of influencer marketing, but we see it as a channel that offers more benefits, more variety, and a more powerful form of marketing.
Here are our seven reasons why sports sponsorship should be used in a brand marketing strategy.
So your consumers follow golf, but you don’t want to wait until the Masters in April to get into sports sponsorship? Well, events take place across the globe year round and Hero Motocorp, the largest two wheeler manufacturer in India, is hosting their annual Ladies European Tour event this week!
Do you ever see a celebrity endorsement and think to yourself “he/she is a perfect sponsor for that brand”? Lincoln and Matthew McConaughey, Apple and Justin Long, even Progressive Insurance and Flo (she’s a celebrity now, right?).
Author Bio - Ian Warner is 2012 Olympian and was a All-American sprinter at Iowa State. He is also the CEO of FIXT APP which is a mobile app the connects injured athletes o the best injury solutions in their community. Ian also is the author of “Endure” and he has dedicated his life to helping others to lead and succeed.
Olympians, Rio may be over, but the limelight doesn’t have to be. Here are OpenSponsorship's four tips for staying connected to your fans and sponsors:
Odell Beckham Jr. and Richard Sherman are the two most highly engaged athletes on social media. Both are OpenSponsorship athletes, contact them today to promote your brand and interact with their fanbase. Below, I discuss why athletes need to be good at social media.
One of the main reasons athletes benefit from having a social media following is the inspiration they provide for their followers. I follow professional athletes on social media because I look up to them as role models. A professional athlete’s work ethic is second to none, and people want to be involved and see how athletes are operating on a daily basis. Social Media has provided the public with a distant relationship that often doesn’t seem so distant given the nature of the athlete. The “bigger than life athlete”, is more relatable when I can see updates about them on my smart phone anytime, anywhere. Inspiration is contagious, and all the better when it is being spread from a world class athlete to the everyday hard working person.