Rich Brooks

Rich Brooks (born August 20, 1941) is a retired American football player and coach. He was the head coach at the University of Oregon from 1977 to 1994, the NFL's St. Louis Rams from 1995 to 1996, and the University of Kentucky from 2003 to 2009. Brooks' 1994 Oregon team won the Pac-10 title and played in the 1995 Rose Bowl. For his efforts that season, he won a number of national coaching awards. The University of Oregon named the field at Autzen Stadium Rich Brooks Field in honor of his 18 seasons as coach for the Ducks.
Posts about Rich Brooks
  • How to Connect With Local Customers via Social Media

    … Want to increase your visibility in your local market? Wondering how social media can help? When you understand which features on social media support local marketing, you can focus the power of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram to expand influence in your little corner of the world. In this article you’ll discover how to connect…

    Social Media Examinerin Social How To's- 17 readers -
  • How to Research and Locate Your Audience Using Social Media

    … might want to target a narrower niche to start. Of course, not everyone is on Facebook. According to recent research, almost 60% of Americans are on Facebook. That number may be more (or less) depending on where your audience lives, their age, gender and household income, but it’s a good starting point. #3: Survey Your Customers If you’ve been…

    Social Media Examinerin Social How To's- 33 readers -
  • My Income Report – September 2014

    … Brooks who I met a few times at New Media Expo and Social Media Marketing World. Rich was kind enough to invite me to speak last year, but I couldn’t go to because my family and I had a Disney Cruise vacation planned. The Disney Cruise was amazing and my family and I are planning another one soon, however I was definitely bummed I couldn’t attend…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blogin Twitter Income Reports YouTube- 14 readers -
  • 3 Fundamental Ways to Promote Blog Posts

    … your posts multiple times? Highly unlikely, explains Garrett Moon, founder at CoSchedule, in a blog post for KISSMetrics: Your social media followers aren’t like RSS subscribers who see and read every post. In fact, sharing more than once probably is an essential part of providing your audience with the value you promised them. If you don’t share…

    Jake Rigdon/ Relevancein Social SEO Content Blogging- 16 readers -