#MarchMadness Social Media Cheat Sheet

By Brian Murray The most exciting time of the year is here! #MarchMadness! It’s time to fill out your bracket while pretending to work! Twitter will be abuzz with scores and snippets from every game. Your friends will be posting status updates on Facebook describing the moments leading up to the last minute buzzer beater. New heroes will emerge and dreams will be destroyed (And I'm just talking about the brackets)!

Here at Likeable Media, we are giving you a Social Media Cheat Sheet for March Madness!

Twitter: Accounts To Follow Throughout The Tournament

@marchmadness - The official account of March Madness by the NCAA.

@ESPN - The worldwide leader in sports and sports news.

@CBSSports - Carrying every broadcast of every game this year.

@DICKIEV - Dickie Vitalie is a longtime college basketball analyst with ESPN and without a doubt the most passionate man in sports.

TIP: Don't forget to use the hashtag #MarchMadness!

 

Facebook Pages: Places To Talk With Other Fans On Facebook!

NCAAMarchMadness – Chat about your favorite team.

Sports - A place to talk about all sports On Facebook.

ESPN - They will cover every layup and buzzer beater.

 

Brackets On Facebook: Compete With Others For Bragging Rights

CBSSports Brackets - Popular among fantasy geeks.

Citizen Sports Brackets- Pioneer in fantasy sports on Facebook.

Mobile: Are You On The Move And Afraid To Miss A Game?

Try March Madness on Demand for the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. You can get it at  iTunes Download.

 

Foursquare:  Check-in To Your Normal Spots And More!

NCAA – Follow the NCAA for information on venues and events.

Search for Sports Bars - Login to foursquare online to find places near you to watch the games.

If you are lucky enough to score tickets don't forget to check in at Reliant Stadium!

 

How are you using social media during #MarchMadness? Good luck with your brackets and tell us who you got this year in the comments below!