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Snapchat 👻  & #EpicBrozo 🤔 trend 🔥🔥🔥
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Take advantage of Snapchat and find out about #EpicBrozo trend!

Hi there!

In front of you is 15th edition of Overtime Insights, 1st in 2016. As always, we bring you high quality sports marketing content.

In this edition you can learn How to use Snapchat (and some great examples), also, find out interesting story about #EpicBrozo.

Do you know that you can stream on Facebook and what are 8 ways that your crowdfunding never fails?


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Why should clubs use Snapchat?

 

First of all, I must admit that I needed time to try and figure out how Snapchat works. I am glad I finally found time and I have to tell you – It’s so addictive! When I am on my mobile phone (that’s almost always), I am literally 50% of time on Snapchat, and other 50% are Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. READ MORE

#EpicBrozo: how to turn a spontaneuos social media photo into a viral hit
In the last few months you might have noticed a lot of photos of people on different social media platforms standing in a similar pose, with index finger below the chin, and with a thumb on the face accompanied with an unavoidable hashtag #EpicBrozo.

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Why it is important for clubs to stream live on Facebook – and it’s better then Periscope

It has all started in February last year with Meerkat, and was followed by Periscope in April. Social media live streaming was booming in those days. I am sure that social media live stream will mark this year.


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8 tips for your crowdfunding campaign



Crowdfunding can be defined as raising small amounts of money through some online platform for a specific goal or purpose. There are a lot of benefits of crowdfunding and it seems that more and more athletes are becoming aware of it.

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