Here are two facts you need to remember at all times: First, tweets live forever and can be seen by everyone in the world. The same is true for all of your posts to Instagram, Snapchat (hahaha if you thought that [Read More]
Focus on vital information, not on going viral
It’s no secret that social media has dramatically changed the dynamic of college football recruiting. Whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, or TikTok, high school student-athletes now have more options [Read More]
Twitter was introduced in 2006 as a microblogging vehicle for sending short, 140-character messages. Since then, it has evolved into a vital social media service for sharing and disseminating information. Along the way, Twitter [Read More]
Growing up and playing football in British Columbia, Chase Claypool didn’t get much notice from American Division I football programs. However, once he put his highlight reel on Facebook, Claypool did get noticed, [Read More]
Let’s face it – social media is intertwined in our daily lives. It connects us, it entertains us — but it can also have a negative effect on how people see us (such as a college coach).
When recruiting for [Read More]