When I see a potential prospects Twitter page it’s a wild adventure sometime… I try to search for their name nothing comes up… when I do find their page.. oh boy.. it’s like I stumbled upon a SoundCloud
rapper! It’s a lot of music lyrics, inappropriate activity… tik tok dances & other things middle age college coaches may frown upon. Now for me, it’s cool because I consider myself #foreverfly so I’m always hip,
always in style, but I’m also not the one offering a $300,000 scholarship.
A parent must ask themselves, would I pay $300k, for my child’s brand? Often times when I try to tag a player for a tweet or article it’s
hard to find their page and when I find it, I find myself in disbelief. If a parent believes that their child has a college sports future, they need to consider utilizing professional branding service to protect their
investment which is their student athlete. All-N-One Sports Services
provides a comprehensive athletic management plan using web-media, social media and marketing that will support your student athlete in getting to the next level. Each athlete will receive a customized plan
specific to their needs and abilities.
In laymen terms they take these social media platforms, clean them
up, make them look presentable, & easy for prospective college coaches and media to find. Players have game film, stats, GPA, and soon high school transcripts readily available with one click of a link.
Whether you’re an elite athlete or a player striving to make a name for themselves, every athlete is their own brand. All-N-One strives to provide each athlete with the maximum output. I think this is an essential marketing tools for players. We all know how the world of social media works. When coaches here or see an athletes clip, they instantly go to their Twitter page to find all of the info they need. With the All-N-One service, this journey is so much easier. For exposure and recruiting firms like OTR, services like All-N-One Sports allow us to provide the maximum exposure for student-athletes. Give them a follow on twitter @AllNOneSports1 or on the web at www.allnone.org. The proof is in the