NFL Media Insider’s Sam Monson has been joined by NFL Media President Sean McManus to discuss how the league is planning to use the social media platform.
McManus said that Twitter and Instagram are “a tremendous tool for us to communicate with fans and to get them excited for the season.”
McMartus also explained how the NFL has decided to use Facebook to help get fans the best information.
“The first thing we did with Twitter was go and do the social reach,” McManuss said.
“We went through all the fans we knew we needed to reach, and we put a lot of effort into those conversations and then we got to the point where we knew what was going to work.
We just did it and it worked.””
It’s a wonderful tool for the NFL, but it’s not my job to be in the loop.”
McManuss also discussed how Facebook and Instagram have helped the league in reaching fans in different ways.
We’ve seen a lot more engagement on social media, and in the last couple of years, we’ve also seen a surge in the number of advertisers that are showing ads on these platforms, McManuses said.
The NFL is targeting its fans in two ways: Through social media platforms and through television ads.
“We have a lot going on on TV, we have a very competitive television schedule, and television is our way of getting our message out to our fans and engaging them, McMartinus said.”
That’s what we’re trying to do through social media.
We’re using it for television, but we also have a ton of other ways of engaging with our fans.
“McMartinus explained how Twitter and the NFL are in “advanced conversations” about using social media to reach their fans.
They’re exploring using social platforms to help fans follow teams and players.
They’re also looking to build a better fan experience through TV ads and social media and to build fan bases through social advertising, McMartus said, adding that they are in discussions about how they will handle these new opportunities.
McManuses also said that the NFL is considering a new format to reach its fans on television.
This would be different from the traditional broadcast networks, which would see some teams on their broadcast teams and some teams not on their broadcasts.
He also said the NFL could start to incorporate new digital tools into its broadcasts to get fans interested in what’s happening on the field.