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Ryan Stephens said on February 23rd, 2009 at 10:00 am

@Russell – Thanks for the write up about our Social media glossary, and the kind words!

It’s no secret that there are lots of great resources out there for social media; however, we really believe that our glossary is the go to option for people interested in how social media applies to the realm of sports.

We built the glossary with fans in mind, and with the ideals of social media in mind. Most marketers release their guide as the definitive, be-all end marketed to people.

We do not want our glossary to end the conversation, but rather to start one with sports professionals and fans. With that in mind we envision the the glossary to be a working document, which will be updated periodically.

We welcome any and all suggestions that would help make the glossary an even more comprehensive document for people interested in Sports and Social Media.

Thanks again for this kind write-up and your continued support of our work!

Best wishes.


Brian Gleason said on February 23rd, 2009 at 10:29 pm

@Russell, thanks for sharing. I’ve read that PDF before and found it very helpful. I really wanted to comment because as I write this I’m paticipating in the Celtics live blog during their game, and they’re posting updates on twitter as well. Just another way a sports team is utilizing social media.



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Jason Peck said on February 24th, 2009 at 11:46 pm

A great resource! Wish I had thought to create it 🙂

Jennifer Olney said on March 3rd, 2009 at 6:00 pm

Outstanding resource. As a sport marketing professional, I found this to be invaluable.