From Cristiano Ronaldo to Ronaldinho or even Joey Barton, Twitter is full of profiles – real and fake – of football players with an interesting story. But with all the…
Using social media properly can be of great benefit to footballers and professional athletes in general. Like we have learned in some of our previous blog posts, they can engage with their fans like never before. Although nothing beats the “real life” contact, it is much easier to deal with fans that it used to be. But be careful, as there are also many risk involved.
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!
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.