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Sports Web site Fanlime.com Boasts Fan’s DNA

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There are sports fans, and then there are sports fans. There is no better example than at the upcoming Super Bowl party you will attend. Every party has that relative or family friend that is interested in the social gathering; after a few mini hot dogs and a few too many drinks he’s asking why teams punt on 4th down. Then there’s the true sports fan, who impresses as the one glued to the TV, talking about preparation and in-game adjustments even though he or she has no allegiance to the Giants or Patriots. They live for sports, it’s in their DNA.

Thanks to the sports Web site fanlime.com, that true sports fan’s DNA can now be on display for friends, family, teams and even athletes.

A Sports Web site That Combines Personalization and Passion

Fanlime.com is a sports Web site that brings the fan a social network strictly for sports. It it built for the sports fan to allow him or her to interact with fans, athletes, teams and brands. Fanlime users can also accrue points, which brings them closer to a true interaction between them and their favorite team or player.

“Fanlime is a sports & social media startup focused on uncovering the identity of the individual sports fan and delivering each fan custom content  and interactions based on this knowledge,” said Reid Pearson of Fanlime.

Singing up to the sports Web site is quick and easy. After a simple Facebook login – non-Facebook users are welcome to sign up with their email address – fans are taken to a site that is truly their sports homepage. This fully customizable “My News” page allows Fanlime users to filter in only the news they want about their hometown and favorite teams, sports and players. The articles, videos, social media updates and scores that pour in from the page can only be described as sports fan heaven.

The “My Friends” page also brings a fun interactive twist to Fanlime. The sports Web site not only allows you to connect with friends who have a similar sports passion but also allows users to challenge friends to game predictions, chat with friends about a game and start a forum of debate. Is Eli the best quarterback with the last name Manning? You and your friends can finally decide once-and-for-all. Fantasy sports is also no problem for this sports Web site; all of your teams are easily managed through the “My Friends” tab as well.

In addition to news and friends, Fanlime also allows the fan to express themselves as the athlete they are. Current or former athletes can join their high school or college team roster and create a page of pictures, highlights and stats. The sports Web site brings a quick and fun way to showcase their athletic talents to family, friends, college recruiters and pro scouts alike.

A Sports Web site That Brings True Interaction With Teams, Players

One of the best features of Fanlime comes in their currency. Fans are truly rewarded for interacting and using the sports Web site, as every user earns a rank from the points he or she earns. This puts teams and athletes on notice as to who their biggest fans are, and the top sports fan can become connected with more than just a one-way message or a mention tweet.

“An added layer to Fanlime is the built in currency,” Pearson said of the sports Web site. “Fans gain points the more they interact on Fanlime and can cash these points in for exclusive interactions with athletes, teams, and brands. Imagine Mark Sanchez offering a live chat to a core group of his most loyal and dedicated fans that have over 10,000 Fanlime points.  This currency allows athletes, teams, and brands to identify their most valuable fans and reward them.”

Fanlime is a sports Web site that truly brings the atmosphere of offline fan interaction to the Internet. It not only discovers a fan’s sports DNA, but showcases it and allows fans to get closer to their favorite teams and athletes because of it. Whether you’re surrounded by sports die hards or people who don’t understand the importance of field position in the Super Bowl, as long as you have a sports passion Fanlime is the sports Web site for you.

Are you a fanlime.com user and have thoughts of your own about the sports Web site? Talk about them in the comments section! Please feel free to share this review with your friends on Facebook and Twitter!

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3 Responses to Sports Web site Fanlime.com Boasts Fan’s DNA

  1. CCaneva January 27, 2012 at 1:32 pm #

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    Thanks @CCaneva. Hope we’re on our way to an awesome collabo with @fanlime

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