Blog Topic: Social Media & Recruiting

Is Social Media Distracting You From College Sports?

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We all do it. We are always liking, talking, and sharing information with our friends and our online “friends.” It’s come to be our way of life and how we interact and communicate with others. Social media is a fast easy, and extremely cheap way to make connections with people you never thought you would […]


How to Use Facebook to Get Recruited

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The ever-changing recruiting process introduces new ways for recruits and coaches to get in contact. Proactive recruits try their best to get ahead of other athletes by reaching out to coaches as soon as possible, while coaches are becoming more active on social media sites, hoping to connect with potential prospects better. This is just the nature […]


Get Recruited by Using Skype

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Social media is becoming more prevalent in sports recruiting. Athletes and coaches alike are using sites like Facebook and Twitter to contact and stay in touch with one another. These sites have become crucial in the recruiting process, forcing the NCAA to establish regulations on the use of these sites by college coaches contacting high […]


3 Easy Ways To Improve Your Scholarship Opportunities

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3 Simple Steps Student-athletes wanting to participate in college sports can improve their scholarship opportunities by being more aware of what they post on social media accounts, more active when researching colleges, and filling out athletic recruiting questionnaires. Don’t Wait Around Get involved. Don’t wait around for coaches, scouts or recruiting companies to find you. […]


Sports and Social Media Infographic

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It was Inevitable Since we are at the cutting edge of everything related to sports recruiting we’ve already covered how Facebook is changing college recruiting. Please review this blog for some tips and rules high school and college athletes should consider. Now we feel it’s time for an update. All Access for Coaches This Sports […]


Dumb Social Media Moves That Could Cost You A College Scholarship

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Social Media and Recruiting If you can Google and research the college teams that interest you, they can Google you too! Don’t make the mistake of thinking they will only look at your athletic skills–they are just as interested in your character as your 40-yard-dash time. One of the easiest ways for a college coach […]


Facebook: The Ultimate Guide for Student-Athletes

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Listen to Your Mother  If it would upset your Mom, don’t post it. This is a good rule of thumb for high school and college student-athletes when it comes to Facebook. This may sound a little harsh to 16-22 year old high school and college students, the most active demographic in the Facebook universe. But […]



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