As Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert, and Mike Conley lead the Utah basketball squad into an exciting period of winning basketball, Utah fans and NBA fans everywhere have begun to #TakeNote. The Jazz are serious contenders in the NBA, and they also have developed a highly competitive social media presence as well. Considering Utah is 30th in media market size in the United States (according to Nielsen), the Jazz have created highly pages on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. The Jazz Twitter Page, with 937 thousand followers, posts engaging content for Jazz fan in Salt Lake City and around the world. The Sactown Kings Instagram page, with 858 thousand allows Jazz fans to follow Spida Mitchell and the rest of the Jazz players throughout the year. The #UtahJazz Facebook page, with more than 1.8 million likes, is another excellent resource for Jazz fans everywhere. The sum total of followers across the three social media outlets of the Jazz totals approximately 3.595 million. All three social media accounts of the Jazz allow Utah fans to #TakeNote regardless of where they live.
The Jazz also provide many official methods that allow fans to connect with the team. Young Jazz fans have many opportunities provided by the Utah Jazz franchise. Junior Jazz allows emerging Jazz fans to work on the fundamentals of basketball as well as sportsmanship. The Jazz Kids Club also provides kids with a team picture, birthday cards, and special access to events. For Jazz fans of all ages, there are Utah Jazz Video Games in the App Store and Google Play. Both Splash Uncles and Super Rudy Block are amazing interactive ways that Jazz fans can keep up with the competitive spirit in the offseason. One of the most unique ways that Jazz fans can stay in the know with the team is by being a Jazz Insider. The free membership allows Jazz fans to receive important Insider emails with offers, highlights, interviews, and more. The Utah Jazz provide excellent resources for Jazz fans to connect with the team for all ages.
Outside of the official Utah Jazz opportunities, there are also many unofficial ways that Jazz fans can connect with one another world-wide. The J-Notes is the Fansided website that features Jazz opinions and analysis. SLC Dunk, the SBNation website, also keeps #UtahJazz fans updated with unique perspectives on the team. Salt City Hoops, an ESPN TrueHoop site, is an excellent podcast and blog about everything Jazz. Outside of websites, there are also multiple resources across Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter that allow Jazz fans to connect to Utah Nation. On Instagram, @jazzwave, part of @wave.tv, with 18.8 thousand followers, is “the greatest Utah Jazz community of all time.” It provides “24/7 highlights, news, updates and more.” Finally, FanWide, the world’s top fan club network, is also host to a few Utah Jazz fan clubs, with 3 currently listed as well as numerous watch parties. FanWide is the “first social network focused on connecting you with other sports fans…at bars and restaurants.” Please contact FanWide if you are interested in creating your own Jazz fan club, or registering your Utah fan club with our database. No matter where you live and work, FanWide allows Jazz fans to continue to #TakeNote.