RESEARCH REPORT: Soccer, How Brands Need to Leverage Social Media to Engage Fans

This new Portada research report  provides intelligence and best practices on the use of social media for soccer marketing to brand, agency and media executives.

The information has been compiled by Portada’s Research team from Portada proprietary data, third-party data as well as interviews with key industry players.

Get answers to the below questions:

  • Which social media properties you need to promote soccer marketing efforts
  • Best practices in the use of social media to promote soccer initiatives
  • Livestream vs. broadcast: When does which one work and how do they complement each other (Case Study)
  • Soccer Star Power: How best to use of soccer influencers
  • How brands can leverage fan globalization
    (Length: 11 pages, 2 tables)

Acquire the report!

 


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