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6 Takeaways from Richard Sherman's Rant for Enterprising Brands to Emulate

January 25, 2014 by Kevin Thomas Tully

Richard Sherman: branding expert? (courtesy

While Richard Sherman’s epic interview with Fox Sports sideline correspondent Erin Andrews following the NFC Championship Game drew criticism from the sports cognoscenti and sent Twitter crazy, the outspoken All-Pro cornerback provided some unique lessons for enterprising brands to emulate with his frenzied, WWE-style rant.[read more]

Content Marketers: Are You Ready for Some Football?

September 5, 2013 by Barry Feldman

It’s NFL time again. The sounds of pads crunching. The Hail Mary desperation heave. It’s game time. Let’s look at how you score in the content marketing game. We'll draw up some X’s and O’s on the content marketing whiteboard.[read more]


Social Media Morning Report

January 29, 2013 by Adam Chapman

Google surpasses Twitter in users, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell takes on reddit, Pinterest's new design, and more.[read more]

How the NFL Has Embraced Social Media

October 31, 2011 by Lucia Raatma

Some people call it the No Fun League, and considering some of the National Football League’s rules, it has earned this nickname. The powers-that-be in the NFL have banned end zone celebrations, laid out 15-yard penalties for “taunting,” and blacked out TV broadcasts of home games that don’t sell out. They have even weighed in on where and when cheerleaders can stretch. However, when it comes to social media, the NFL has finally started to lighten up.[read more]

No Tweets for You! NFL Bans Tweets Before, During, and After Games

September 2, 2009 by Brian Solis

SourceOn Monday, the National Football League announced that it will now limit use of social media and networks during the season. Players, coaches, officials, personnel, third-party representatives, and even the media are prohibited from updating their status, blogging, or tweeting 90 minutes before a game until post-game interviews are...[read more]