Why do sports fans need ESPN+

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Since 2018, one of the hottest things in sports streaming has been ESPN+. ESPN+ services allow users to access exclusive live sports that cannot be found anywhere else. Never settle for missing your favorite sports team or event again.

At fist glance, you may not think you are missing much by not having ESPN+, but consider this. Are you a fan of fighting?

Live pay per view fights like UFC and Boxing can no longer be accessed without ESPN+. Don’t miss a second of the action when fighters like Connor McGregor gear up to defend the championship belt.

Wilder Vs. Fury was recently one of the most watched boxing matches in the world and fans without ESPN+ found themselves out of luck.

What about MLB, NHL, many forms of soccer, racing, and even your favorite college teams.? ALL the action can be found easily on ESPN+ and you’ll never have to wonder who won the game.

This one stop shop for all the best sports in the world is changing the way we now watch sports. Today, sports fans can catch every game from every sports they love with the click of a button. Learn more by visiting plus.espn.com.

Lebron still owes NBA fans one last thing before retirement

LeBron James is easily one of the best dunkers the the NBA has ever seen. He’s been defying gravity since the early 2000’s and is still proving today that he’s probably not human. Here he is slamming home the same dunk he did 14 years ago with ease.

Not only is Lebron a complete monster when it comes to dunking a basketball, he has been begged by the league and fans alike for years to compete in the dunk contest. However, joining a game that could potentially hurt the 4-time league MVP has never been something he was willing to risk.

Between the league MVP’s, the Finals Championship MVP’s, winning gold in the Olympics, and many more outrageous accolades, I guess we should give the guy a break for not competing in a game doesn’t stack up to his prior accomplishments. But the days of Lebron winning those high achievements must be numbered at this point.

So now is the time that Lebron gives us what we have all been waiting for- Our last request from “The King”. We want to see him completely demolish the competition in an NBA dunk contest, and what better way to do it than as the oldest dude out there?

After all, he’s the greatest player in the league, and one more trophy at the house couldn’t hurt!

“The 5 essential things for Social Media Marketers to remember in 2020″

1. Social Media is Continuing to Grow

According to the 11 data- backed predictions for marketing in 2020, “1 million new people joined social networks every single day in 2017.” This shocking statistic isn’t very shocking considering the amount of users we see today. But don’t think that this rate will slows anytime soon. It is only set to grow.

2. Discovering Products Will Be Done Visually

While we normally think of discovering products through searching and reading about them, statistics now show that 50% of internet actually follow brands on social media that they intend to buy from. This means that shopping is now going to a visual discovery of products.

3. Social Video Will Surpass Social Messaging

There was once a time when FaceTime and Instagram did not include the option to post videos on their sites. Now, they are slowly taking over the way we use these application. This trend is in full force right now and will continue to grow. According to Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook, “Over the next few years, the much bigger driver of the business and determinant of how we do is going to be video, not Messenger.” This means that video will slowly start to take over the business end of things as well.

4. Artificial Intelligence Will Be Everywhere

“Artificial intelligence will be everywhere, like electricity,” said Cédric Villani. “AI” is a term that has been growing in our community for a long time and it is getting close to the time when we will start to see it in aspects of our life. This will shift marketing to a “machine first” world.

5. Fake News Will Be Highly Regulated

We have likely all listened to the president rant about his feelings towards “fake news” at one point or another. Luckily for him, and us, this will soon start to become a thing of the past as major media platforms become more regulated to this type of content.