The guys on the Far Post Podcast love the constant support and encouragement we hear from our diehard listeners (even if there are only 50 of you). Those relationships are why we enjoy the show as much as we do. So when those who listen to us make suggestions, we listen back.
That’s precisely how the Far Post Fantasy League was born. A loyal listener (thanks, Ben Lofthouse!) suggested we set up a fantasy league for fans of the podcast and it seemed like a pretty brilliant idea.
— Ben Lofthouse (@BenLofthouse) February 6, 2014
You can join the league HERE. It’s free, open to everybody and incredibly simple to set up a team. Each week on the Far Post Podcast as part of our “Around the League” segment, we’ll highlight the top teams from that week and keep tabs on who leads in the overall standings.
If that’s not enough incentive, we’ll also have some pretty sweet Revolution-related prizes for the top overall winners at the end of the season. So what are you waiting for? Sign up now!
Here at revolutionsoccer.net, there’s plenty to keep us busy during the offseason. With international signings, trades, Re-Entry Drafts and schedule announcements, the news never really stops and it’s our duty to keep you informed with an inside look you can’t find anywhere else.
But it’s also important for us to pause during the offseason and analyze what we’ve done in the past, primarily so we have a better idea what we should be doing in the future.
That’s where you, Revolution fans, enter the picture.
You’re our target audience and the entire purpose of our job is to provide the coverage you crave. As such, it’s most helpful to know exactly what kind of content drives you to revolutionsoccer.net (or what would drive you here more often in the future).
This past year we brought back familiar video features like “Revolution Soccer Gameday” and “Box to Box” while adding new concepts with “Boot Room Breakdown,” “Inside the 6” and our series of “Sun Life: Get to Know You” videos. We continued our weekly Far Post Podcast and slowly began introducing guests into the mix. Written features continued to be primarily dependent on current happenings. And I personally tried to be as accessible as possible through social media (particularly Twitter, @jeff_lemieux).
Having consumed this content for the past year, what did you enjoy most? What would you definitely like to see return in 2013? What types of features – video, audio, written – would you like to see in the future?
Leave your suggestions in the comments below, keeping in mind that your voice can help shape our content moving forward.
Thanks so much,