The NFL Draft is one of the rare opportunities during the year to compare social media content related to the same subject shared by college teams across the country. Below, we’ve compiled static and motion content accompanying tweets from across the country.
The most challenging job for creatives? Marketing yourself.
One of our core services at SkullSparks is assisting college teams in promoting design, digital and video opportunities. In our experience, we’ve also hired full-time college athletics creative positions. We’ve learned a few things from the hiring perspective.
We’ve studied Signing Day content across the country closely for four years now at SkullSparks. We’ve also worked Signing Day for teams, creating official content and delivering the day since 2003. Our perspective has been shaped working both sides of the event.
It’s the third year of the NCAA’s Early Signing Day with college football teams across the country accepting National Letters of Intent from the class of 2020 months ahead of the traditional February date.
It’s the best time of year. Yes, college football is back and with it comes the latest static, motion and video social content unleashed by creatives across the country.
Review gameday content by teams organized by conference from the first full weekend of college football in 2019 (Labor Day weekend).
Welcome back college football!
SkullSparks visited all 130 FBS team social accounts to examine visual branding for the 2019 season. The level of quality and creativity from college digital and design staff continue to impress.