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How to Embed Your Twitter Feed on Your Website

April 18th, 2017

tipiconTwitter is a great social media platform for reaching new customers and informing current customers of what is going on at your club. There are over 310 million active monthly users on Twitter worldwide.

Embedding your Twitter feed into your website can be a great way of promoting your account and an easy way of keeping your site updated with fresh content.

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5 Free Tools to Make Social Media a Breeze

March 7th, 2017

tipiconSocial media services such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are becoming an increasingly vital part of any club/coaching programme’s marketing strategy, both as a way of attracting new members/customers and also engaging current members.

However, there is such a wide variety of accounts that are available, it can be difficult to manage your social media strategy. In this post we detail five free tools that you can use to help the management of your social media accounts.

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Where Can I Get Help with My Facebook Profile Images?

January 27th, 2017

questioniconThere are two images that you can display on your Facebook page – the cover photo (the large photo displayed at the top and full width of the Facebook page) and the profile picture, the square inset image displayed over the bottom left of the cover photo.

Both photos must be of specific dimensions to display successfully and these dimensions will need to cater for cropping by Facebook.    Many people struggle with getting the sizes right, which is why we recommend using CANVA, a free online graphic design software tool that requires very little knowledge to get professional results.

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Making Facebook Work For You

November 14th, 2016

resourceiconMany sports clubs and coaches are now on Facebook and have created a Facebook fan page for their members and customers. The system is simple – create your page and invite people to ‘like’ the page so that they then become fans of the page.

Once they are fans, they will then see anything you post on the page on their news feed whenever they log in.     Or that’s how it USED to work…

Facebook has significantly changed the way that fans see content from the pages that they like in the past twelve months.    Now, only an estimated 10 per cent of your fans will see anything that you post and that percentage is likely to reduce further in the future.

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Getting Started on Twitter

October 17th, 2016

tipiconTwitter is a brilliant tool for engaging with customers and hearing what others have to say.

However, if you have never used it before it can be a little daunting. Here are 5 handy tips for getting started with Twitter.

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