EP-297 The Process Behind Creating Content with Brian Cristiano

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How can you ramp up the amount of content you create for your brand? Brian Cristiano, CEO of Bold Worldwide, joins Rob Cressy to share insight behind his process for creating content. Why is testing your content to see what's working so important? What types of content mediums perform the best (ex. photo, video, IG stories)? - In each episode of The Sports Marketing Huddle, Rob Cressy, Founder of Bacon Sports, gives a forward-thinking perspective on some of the hottest topics in the world of sports marketing and then gives actionable advice on how you can implement it into your business. Our goal of the podcast is to create the best sports marketing podcast and take The Sports Marketing Huddle up to #1 on iTunes. One way you can help support the show is by subscribing to The Sports Marketing Huddle on iTunes and letting your friends who are in the sports and marketing worlds know about it. Your feedback is super important to us. We want to make sure that we deliver value for you and make this the best sports marketing show possible. You can connect with Rob & today’s guest on social media and let us know what you think (good or bad): Rob Cressy - LinkedIn: /cressy/ - Twitter: @RobCressy - Instagram: @rob_cressy - Facebook: /RobCressyBiz/ - Website: www.baconsports.com Brian Cristiano - LinkedIn:/briancristiano/ - Twitter: @BOLDCEO - Instagram: @BOLDCEO - Facebook: /BOLDCEO/ Websites: Bacon Sports: www.baconsports.com Bold Worldwide: www.boldworldwide.com Other Awesome Content: Check out the Bacon Sports Podcast on iTunes, where I dish about sports + comedy + my journey of building the company. Check out Growing Bold on YouTube, Bold Worldwide CEO Brian Cristiano’s video journey of building a $100 million agency.

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