10 useful tips for better use of social networks (part 2)

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With the help of social media you can, metaphorically speaking, shake even more hands and sign more autographs! Continuing from part 1 of our post, we take a look at some useful tips about how to use modern technology in your favour. But remember never to fake it on social media! Be transparent when presenting yourself to the world. Fans and media are smarter than you think!
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10 useful tips for better use of social networks (part 1)

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Social networks are a great way to promote yourself. Athletes can use them to connect with fans and share their personal and professional lives like never before. But there are a few things every user should know before starting out. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Fieldoo and other (social) network platforms should be your friend, not your enemy – so choose them carefully! Check out our 10 essential social media tips: today we give you the golden rule and the first five tips.
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10 tips for a successful first interview (Part 2)

Use your first interview (five minutes of fame) wisely – it can open a lot of doors …

If you keep in mind everything we wrote in the previous two blog posts (quick tips before 1st interview & 1st part of this post), you should be able finish your first interview just fine. When the questions start flowing, there is no way back, but … you will see that it is easier than you thought! Here are a few more tips and some information you should know about your relation with the journalist during your exchange of words.
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10 tips for a successful first interview (Part 1)

Be innovative: journalists like people who don’t use quotes they hear every day (Photo by Graphic Leftovers)

After blogging about the things everyone should know prior to his/her first real interview, now it’s time to move to the real thing – the interview itself. Although you may end up meeting all kinds of journalists, you should have in mind that a professional journalist’s main job is to present news (facts) to the public in a fair, balanced and truthful manner. Here are ten tips (divided into 2 parts – the second one to follow) about how to make his job easier and how to present yourself in the best way possible.
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