From starting off as a humble podcast back in 2007 to running a network of over 300 sites, Snack Media has always tried to offer people a platform to share their views and opinions on the beautiful game.
2017 sees 10 years of Snack Media and we have certainly come a long way. The network now reaches 20 million people each month and we have helped and supported publishers, editors and owners of social handles every step of the way to making this possible.
As well as championing well-followed existing blogs, social handles and websites, Snack Media also has a tradition of assisting young and bright talent in this new digital age. We monetise traffic, offer editorial and technical support, present a number of products, tools and services and simply try to take their sites/accounts to the next level. Starting off as a frustrated publisher all those years ago, we are highly experienced in doing so and more importantly, we enjoy it!
Snack Media’s dedication to this space is proven in our continued support of industry events such as The Football Blogging Awards.
Whilst our sites pick up many of the awards we feel it is important for those who shape the sport off the pitch to come together to be acknowledged and see how their work impacts the industry as a whole.
Moving forward Snack Media continues to grow its network to reach an even greater number of people worldwide. The network is at the heart of what we do as a business and it is why the likes of Europcar, Heineken and Ford chose to partner with us. Working with such clients offers up amazing opportunities to our network of publishers, editors and owners of social handles. From interviewing their favourite players to travelling to Lisbon for the Champions League Final, from supporting Ford’s launch of the new Ford Mustang to playing on the Emirates Stadium pitch in the Europcar Cup, we find access to events that might seem out of reach.
Our network includes global brands and rights holders such as the NFL.com, Professional football teams like Charlton Athletic Football Club and unofficial sites like FootballFanCast and FootballLeagueWorld. Differing in size but equally respected, all take advantage of Snack Media’s experience in revenue generation, use of data and fan engagement tools.
With industry revenues not meeting publishers’ expectations, there is no better time to find out more about Snack Media and what we’re offering. To learn more about the network, our products, tools and services please feel free to drop James Murphy, Partner Network Manager, a message at Jamesm@snack-media.com