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New PhilSteele.com Features

July 14th, 2010 No comments

We are only 50 days away from the start of college football season and today I want to talk about a couple of new features on PhilSteele.com.

First, for the past few weeks on Facebook I have been taking requests for some of my early forecasts for 2010’s top games. Today I featured the top 5 most requested games from the past two weeks. Here are my early forecasts for those games. Read more…

Live One Hour Chat Information

June 5th, 2010 3 comments

About a year ago I created a facebook fan page. Since football is my area of expertise I sometimes am behind in the latest technology. However, I learned very quickly that it was easier and quicker for me to answer your questions on Facebook than our previous “Questions and Answers with Phil Steele” section developed on the website in 2008.

I usually check the Facebook Fan Site 3 or 4 times a day and if you have been keeping track I think we have had an overwhelmingly positive response as I love to answer as many questions as possible.

Nearly a month ago I sent out a message on Facebook and promised that when I reached 5,000 fans, I would hold what I call, a live one-hour “chat session” and answer all of your questions. During the “live chat” post your questions as you normally do on the Fan Page (in the what’s on your mind box) and I will answer them as quickly as possible. I will not be talking via the “chat” box as it would be impossible to respond to each question posted in an IM forum. Read more…

Become a Fan on Facebook

August 31st, 2009 No comments

I do want to remind you that I answers dozens of questions each week on my Facebook Fan Page.

Once you become a fan, you can go thru and read all the questions and answers over the last month. When you get to the bottom of the page, just hit the Older Posts and it will keep going back.

I have spent a lot of time typing and researching the answers so I hope that A) you become a Fan B) read all of the researched information.