We have spent the last few months interviewing sports consumers about their pain points in consuming sports news and information, and we have found an opportunity in providing you with the best team news and information, on one page, using the FanFeedr API.
We are shifting our focus from providing you with a FanFeed of news and information for several teams to a single feed around just one team (and you can follow several teams at once if you wish by having more than one FanFeedr web page open.)
First | better team focus. We know that you want a single place to get the best news and information about your favorite teams, so we are making our team pages the focus of the service. Every day, you can keep the team page open and get real time updates, live scores, lineups, schedules and rosters.
Second | a better looking site. We are sprucing up the interface to reflect your feedback and our own notions of what looks good.
Third | better sources. We have heard your requests, and you will see more value and less noise from the best sources, including the best LOCAL sources. By â€œbest sources,â€ we mean that all sources we’re including have been hand-curated. Additional curated sources include national sources and columnists. For Twitter, we’re only showing a curated list of columnists and content source accounts.
Fourth | more real-time. We are making our news delivery faster so that you get more of the best news about your favorite teams.
Fifth | no registration needed. You donâ€™t to sign up to get the best that FanFeedr has to offer. Just bookmark your favorite team page to be in the know.
Our entire focus is on making your team news experience the best it can be, and we have spent a lot of time working on customer interviews to understand your pain points for consuming sports news.
As we launch different sports, we are looking to quickly iterate on all of the pages to make them better. Your feedback is invaluable to making sure that we give you the best product.
We are sure that you will like the results. In the event that you donâ€™t, please let us know.
Thanks, Ty Ahmad-Taylor, CEO and Founder, FanFeedr