Tag: Twitter

TaylorMade tries to stay relevant

By: 2012. 09. 26.

During the last US Open I came across with an interesting personalized communication solution from TaylorMade. Before I would explain what TaylorMade had done, let me share with you my social media experience. We are clicking on LIKE buttons…

Would you rent a golf club online?

By: 2010. 02. 19.

In my previous post I wrote about how golf courses are becoming part of airlines' loyalty program. In the very same post I mentioned all the hassle that is connected with flying with our golf equipment (golf clubs,…

PGA.com’s weak attempt in social media

By: 2010. 01. 31.

Recently I came across with PGA.com's Facebook brand page. While I analyzed this brand page, I was thinking about the goals and obejctives of it. What I know from my work  that companies are launching brand pages for…

How to destroy reputation on Twitter?

By: 2010. 01. 13.

One of the great merits of Twitter is that your followers can communicate directly with you. In other words communication turns to be very intimate and personal, only in one case if you allow people to send you…

How to save money on golf equipment buying?

By: 2009. 12. 31.

In one of my previous post I wrote about how much worth to pay for a golf club and other golf equipments, like golf balls, putters, wedges, golf clothing, pull carts, golf bags etc.  I cannot stress enough…

Do we know how to choose the right golf ball?

By: 2009. 12. 07.

Who would think that we should also adjust golf balls to ourselves? GolfBallSelector.com came out with a new service called The Right Ball. They say that golf ball selection depends on 2 factors your playing style and skill…

How much worth to pay for a golf club?

By: 2009. 11. 10.

Slowly but for sure I am arriving to that stage in my golf learning that I will have to select my golf equipment, golf clubs, golf balls and golf bag. It would not be a big issue if…

Golf courses’ media mix and social media

By: 2009. 10. 25.

This week I participated in an interesting debate on LinkedIn.com about social media's role in golf courses' media mix. Some people said that it is a conservative industry, others that golf courses' marketing managers are lazy. While working…

Golf Equipment Industry in social media (part 3)

By: 2009. 09. 20.

You probably asking me, after reading golf equipment industry in social media (part 2) why do I emphasize the importance/role of social media in golf product communication and how it will gear up sales. Starting point is 72%…

PGA golfers on Twitter

By: 2009. 09. 06.

It is very likely that PGA golf players are also discovering the social media to boost their popularity and indirectly their sponsors, the golf equipment manufacturers. Today I found an interesting website (http://twitter-athletes.com)that collects Twitter accounts of sportsmen…

Golf Equipment Industry in social media (part 2)

By: 2009. 08. 31.

As last I wrote, I am trying to discover how golf equipment industry are performing in social media particularly in Facebook, Twitter and blogs. In my study I checked the following brands: Ben Hogan, Benross, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra,…

Golf Equipment Industry in social media

By: 2009. 08. 28.

Recently I found Burson-Marsteller's study how Fortune 100 companies are using social media. Unfortunately non of the major golf equipment producers are on this list. However golf equipment manufacturers should pay attention to this new phenomenon. This founding…

Where do all golf tweets meet?

By: 2009. 08. 18.

When I was reading the latest edition of Golf Monthly (September 2009; offline edition) I found an interesting post about Bill Reid's new project called BirdieTweet. Immediately I ran to my laptop to find out what's that. It is…