athlete tweeting

We see it everyday. An athlete will put their “foot in their mouth” and not even realize it until they press send. By then, it’s too late and has already gone viral (within seconds). As long as it takes to build up a positive reputation, you can destroy it with one tweet. If you have to think twice about sending a tweet, it probably shouldn’t be sent in the first place… As NFL teams have people in charge of their social media accounts, they need experts overseeing each and every player on the team to make sure inappropriate things aren’t being said and when it does, cleaning up messes quickly. Although fans worship athletes, those same athletes are still employees who work for a professional franchise. When NFL teams employ a player, they are representing the entire organization, on and off the field. Those “fans” and “followers” of that athlete are just like potential customers of a normal business who buy tickets, jerseys, merchandise, concessions and every thing else. If athletes spent more time interacting with people who praise them and not worrying about the “haters” creating “twitter wars”, it’s a fact they would sell more jerseys and merchandise. It … Continue reading