Club Marketing

Best of the Rest



YouTube is great for sharing videos of your sporting and community events and linking these back to your club website or Facebook page to bring them to life.


YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world, rivalled only by Google. YouTube processes more than 3 billion searches a month with 100 hours of video uploaded every minute.


LinkedIn can provide excellent opportunities to promote your club, and build potential business and sponsorship relationships.


Traditionally a site for professionals looking to network within industry and improve their reputation, LinkedIn now has over 500 million registered users in the UK alone. You can use Linkedin to keep in touch with existing of potential members, volunteers and sponsors.


Google +

Quickly gaining ground on Twitter, Google+ works in a similar way to Facebook that you can share updates, videos, photos and events and actively promote your club.


2 billion active users. It’s owned by Google, and therefore easily searchable, meaning your posts can be easily found when people search for your club on Google.


Instagram is a fun way to quickly share your photos. It’s great for sharing professional looking pictures of your sporting or club events.

Snap a photo with your mobile phone, and then choose a filter to transform your photos into professional-looking snapshots.


800 million active monthly users. You can share your pictures from Instagram instantly across multiple platforms such as Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.


WhatsApp is a texting service between mobile phones as a replacement for the regular SMS text messages.



Over 900 million users are active worldwide using the Whatsapp service. Whatsapp uses an internet connection between phones. The service is available for iPhone, Blackberry, Android and Nokia Symbian60-phones.