SportsMatterz | Small School College Athletes Should Create Content, Now!

Just like a coach in basketball, college athletes need coaches for their content creation and marketing. In this SportsMatterz episode, John Priore and Mitch Ford have a conversation around Mitch’s journey in the basketball world including his time as a player, coach, and trainer. John and Mitch get into why athletes should create content in the first place and how athletes can seek help for their content marketing. 

With Name, Image, Likeness officially in play, athletes now have this unprecedented opportunity to stand out by creating content while still in college. Mitch Ford played basketball at Nazareth College and he talks about how athletes at smaller schools can get started on their content creation journey.

With a focus on content creation in the sports world, we are excited to bring you this episode in the series of SportsMatterz.

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SportsMatterz | Small School College Athletes Should Create Content, Now! | Mitch Ford, Former College Basketball Player at Nazareth College 

Introducing SportsEpreneur’s Mitch Ford

Why Athletes Should Create Content

How Name, Image, Likeness Can Benefit Athletes

Standing Out as a Small School Athlete

Coaching Athletes on Content Creation and Marketing

What Mitch has Seen so Far at SE and KazCM

Creativity in Marketing

A Story of How Content Marketing Worked for Mitch

Small School College Athletes Should Create Content, Now!




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