Daniel Purjes to Introduce Revamped Sports Blog in September

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Those interested in sport management can take advantage of a free, newly revamped blog by Daniel Purjes in early September.

Those who are interested in working in the college and professional sport fields will soon gain access to an updated online source of the latest sport management information: an up-and-coming blog site by Daniel Purjes.

Version 2.0 of Purjes’s website is scheduled to come out much earlier than expected, releasing on Sept. 1 instead of in early 2019 -- right in time for college and professional football season. The website has received more traffic this summer than initially expected. As a result, the website will be 100 percent free rather than being placed behind a paywall, which was Purjes’s original plan.

On the site, located at http://www.danielpurjes.com, visitors can learn about their many sport field career options, including the dynamic areas of promotions, marketing, and advertising. Purjes also highlights the more black-and-white business side of sports, such as helping sport organizations to analyze data and crunch numbers so that they reach their profit goals. In addition, he introduces the idea of participating in the professional and personal growth of athletes as a coach, sport agent, or trainer.

Purjes himself is most passionate about promotions and marketing. His interest in this area grew when he failed to make it onto his high school basketball team yet realized he still wanted to be active in the exciting world of sports. He is especially interested in how today’s digital age has impacted how sport brands, athletes, and teams are presented online and thus perceived on social media.

Daniel Purjes is passionate about the blog for a couple of reasons. First, he believes that it will give him the head start he needs to launch his sport management career. Second, he is excited to share his thoughts and opinions about current sport marketing and advertising trends, as well as to engage in a conversation with his audience about the future of sport management and of sports in general.

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