Golf Marketing

Facebook Golf – Pro Golfers and Golf Companies on Facebook

July 29, 2009
Facebook Golf

Finding golf information on Facebook is more of a task than it should be. Because of that, I’ve decided to create a collection of some of the bigger golf Fan pages on Facebook. Below are a collection of Professional Golfers, Golf Tours, Golf manufacturers, and a couple of miscellaneous golf-related links that were too good […]

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Ping Golf FAIL in Online-Offline synergy

April 10, 2009

Ping is running a new ad campaign called The Locker Room. For this post the ad itself is unimportant; it’s the lack of synergy between online and offline that I’d like to cover. The URL they use in the TV ad is: I find 4 things wrong with this campaign. Do not use an […]

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Golf Theme for your iGoogle homepage

April 2, 2009
Golf Theme for your iGoogle homepage

Looking for a golf theme for your Google homepage? Look no further! I’ve created a handful of them from some great golf courses (Cantigny, Medinah, Glencoe, Makray, etc.), and they’re now available via my Google Developer page. I personally like the “Loafer” pic, but that’s just me. Enjoy! If you like this post you might […]

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Golf and SEO – Similarities

March 14, 2009

The golf season is just around the corner here in Chicago. I was thinking about golf and about SEO, and found quite a few similarities. Here are 10, but I’m sure there are many more. Feel free to add yours in the comments. 1. Accept that you don’t know everything. I’ve been doing SEO for […]

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Does your golf website have a Flash intro? Wake up!

January 23, 2008

I normally don’t write a post that isn’t much more than a comment on another post, but the folks at Mind Valley Labs have just blogged about one of my biggest pet peeves; Flash intros. These were hugely popular about 3-5 years ago, when everyone was learning how to “tween”, but nowadays, not only is […]

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Hate to see this in your Google SERP

January 4, 2008

Searching Google for the term “golf marketing”, and the tenth result had an extra line underneath it. Would you click through to this website? Ouch. Clicking on the link takes you to a Google Help page that explains a little about malicious software. Even if you click on the link (to go to the site), […]

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Golf website redesign – An often forgotten detail

January 3, 2008

I’ve seen many sites go through redesign, and one of the most often forgotten details is redirecting the old pages to the new pages. This is especially important when you are changing platforms (EX: from .html to .aspx). I was looking up a local course (Cantigny Golf Course), and noticed they recently redesigned their site […]

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December 29, 2007

I’ve been a fan of The Big Break basically since it started, although this past season wasn’t the most exciting, and I’m not the only one to think that. I did notice that was a very large sponsor. It seemed that, as the season progressed, their marketing efforts during the show intensified. Well, it […]

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