Today, I’m joined by Bruce Floyd, Social Media Manager for the University of Florida athletic department. We discussed how he’s approached social media strategy and messaging during the COVID-19 outbreak that has canceled all winter and spring NCAA sports.
We chat about the types of content that can be posted now, creative ideas for engaging fans, and how you can plan for the future with so much uncertainty.
If your athletic department is doing something unique or that’s producing increased engagement at this time, shoot me a DM on Twitter or an email and tell me all about it!
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