Introducing Sports Trendsmap

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Sports Trendsmap is a new version of Trendsmap that allows sports teams and brands show trends around their team on their website.

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  • You know @Trendsmap, you see you tweets trending on Trendsmap.com, we’ll Sports Geek would like to help you see that on your site.
  • Trendsmap.com is a real-time mapping of Twitter trends across the world, check it out for your city right now.
  • We know Twitter and sports are a great fit and 6 out of the top 10 moments on Twitter have been sports related.
  • Here is the pivot from SportsGeekHQ.com to provide a Trendsmap specifically for your team, your fans and your website. Trendsmap have done this for SportsNet.ca providing a NHL trends map for their site.
  • Features included in Sports Trendsmap include:Whitelisted trends – you pick what trends will show on your map – hashtags, key words, account Club branding & skins it will look like a custom build to your fans & sponsors Sponsor adverts on your Trendsmap – ability to sell key digital real estate or place you ad code into the Trendsmap Fans will be able to click on a trend read tweets and tweet from the your Trendsmap
  • Additional to the Sports Trendsmap you’ll have access to a number of widgets you can place throughout your site to drive traffic and engage fans around your social media efforts.
  • Want to show off key moments in the game or full match replays and show how they played out on Twitter, Sports Trendsmap can deliver that.
  • With all this great feature for the fans, you and your sponsors get great stats on your fans Twitter activity to identify influential fans and key trends.
  • Why not contact Sports Geek now to find out how your team can launch a Sports Trendsmapluke this sponsor Trendsmap for Sprint.
  • Contact Sean Callanan (@SeanCallanan) from Sports Geek http://sportsgeekhq.com
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