These are the TOP 8 sports marketing people you should follow on Twitter! They create great content and share their work and experience with others.
I personally follow these people on Twitter, and I can learn something new and inspiring about sports marketing from them every day. They are also open for communication, and this is great if you need some advice or recommendation.
TOP 8 Sports marketing persons to follow on Twitter:
1. Russell Scibetti – @rscibetti
As the author of the popular blog The Bussines of Sports, Russel Scibetta often discusses issues over Twitter. Posts on his blog are great and can be a real inspiration to all who follow sports marketing.
2. Richard Ayers – @richardayers
One of the greatest experts in the field of sports marketing, he is responsible for the ‘digital revolution’ of Manchester City. He works with Valencia CF, UFC and many others. We already had a post in our blog about Richard and his ideas.
3. Sean Callanan – @seancallanan
It’s great to follow him on Twitter, as he travels around the world and brings the latest information about sports. He has a podcast with interesting guests and topics on a page named Sports Geek.
4. Adam Hulme – @adamhulme86
Adam does a great job at QPR. He is responsible for online communication, from Facebook and Twitter through to YouTube and Google Hangouts. He received the award for best marketing manager in the second league last year.
5. Richard Clark – @MrRichardClarke
Richard is the Head of Arsenal content creation team for social media. Following him, you can find out Arsenal’s latest trends and plans on social media.
6. Ben Z S. – @BenZee
Person ‘in charge’ of social media at Nike. Everything he does he gladly shares with his followers on Twitter. Since Nike sets the trends that are later followed, you can be first to find out about them.
7. Oscar Ugaz – @oscarugaz
Oscar was the Digital Business Manager of one of the most popular football and sports clubs in the world, Real Madrid. You can find out new trends and plans, and he also shares his ideas with Twitter followers.
8. Francesco Bossoni – @frabox
Juventus’ recent work in online marketing is cool and very interesting, and one of those who have contributed to this success is Francesco Bosson, who is also active on Twitter.
Don’t forget to follow Overtime on Twitter (@promo_overtime). Our team members are Bruno Blumenschein (@brunoblumen), Alen Tomić (@alentomic90), Vedran Vukušić (@vukusic11) and myself (@marijanpalic)!
Use hashtags #smsports, #digisport and #sportsmarketing. These hashtags are the inexhaustible source of inspiration and great news from sports marketing.
Fantastic roundup. Was just looking for something like this. Thank you!
Thanks Ross! Glad you like it