Aiming to connect fans to their heroes in sports or entertainment for experiences that money can buy is Sydney-based startup Fan+
Sitting at the corners of fan engagement, content and gamification, QuizJam gives clubs and organisations another channel to integrate a sponsor’s message into game-based campaigns.
Focusing on short form video content from athletes, and helping athletes monetise it with partner brands, is Australian startup 20Four.
Vampr has taken inspiration from the contemporary dating app model to develop an app that allows musicians to more easily connect with each other.
iSport Genius is a big data platform for sport, empowering users around the world to find out things like how their team usually performs when they travel more than 300km for an away game played in the rain coming on the back of three straight losses. The site encourages users to search, engage, socialise and gamify analytical sports content in a way that is enjoyable to consume.
So I took my boy to school today and my wife is dropping me off at work. I work next to an Aldi and I‘m like… “Why don‘t you go and pick up the garbage bags you wanted me to pick up yesterday (which I forgot) while you are here?” She took one look and said: “Are you crazy. It‘s Thursday.”
Paying people to follow you on social media is a bit of a hot topic at the moment, especially since SMH ran an article on the types of services and businesses out there that take care of this type of thing for you. There is a lot to be said around “faking” it until you make it, but when you are messing with “metrics” in your business I feel that you are being dishonest with customers.