Social Media Ratios And Sponsored Athletes
By Christian Duque
First and foremost, I’d like to state that this article isn’t reserved for TN athletes. The knowledge here applies to all athletes, at all levels, looking to become attractive for companies seeking sponsored athletes. Tokkyo Nutrition is a full line supplement company, with over 10yrs in the industry. That’s rare, making it much easier for athletes to get the word out. Even if you find yourself vying for sponsorship with a smaller, newer company, this article will still give you invaluable knowledge. Ok, so let’s jump right into it.
For starters, you’ll want to have social media platforms. Twitter is good to have, but don’t spend too much time on it. Youtube used to be very key, but given structural and earning changes, you may want to spend only a fraction of time there. Facebook is key to have, but a bit trickier. Instagram is king. Companies are less concerned with titles you’ve earned or even the physique you’ve built, but they’re very focused on your following.
A ‘following’ isn’t simply how many people follow you, but how many people you follow. If you follow more people than follow you, no matter how big your audience is, they’ll pass. If you have a huge following, but your followers don’t comment and/or “double tap” your posts, that’s also scrutinized.
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