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Social Media Integrates With Sports, Creates Better Interaction [Infographic]

If you want your sports team to grab the attention of fans these days the best means for doing so is social media. Yesterday we reported that Google+ Hangouts were being used to converse with the NFL’s top two pics (Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III) and now a new infographic from  sports medicine company KT Tape shows [...]
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