Trying to get information on your favourite club from one website is damn near impossible to do. First, there’s the difference in opinion. You may have one blog you go to for hilarious commentary, whilst another is for in-depth analysis and proper videos on your favourite players.
But when you add up the amount of time you probably spend going from one blog to the other, and the other things going on in your life (what, you do something other than just follow football?!) there’s a pretty good chance you’ll end up missing out on some quality content.
OminFootball is trying to change that by giving readers a hub to get all the information they could possibly want from their club in one spot. But what’s the difference?
Well the big difference is that OmniFootball is in essence a big RSS feed for football. That means you’ll get updates from club specific blogs whenever they add a new post. No more going back to each site and realising that there hasn’t been a new post in a couple of days. The site is aimed at making it easy and quick to get the information you need, when you want it.
That’s the good news for readers willing to give OmniFootball a try. But what’s in it for those wanting to give their blog more exposure? Well the site is also offering all club specific blogs from the Premier League down to League Two — who operate a blog — the chance to have their blog added to OmniFootball’s feed.
In return you’ll get more eyeballs on your site for free, and that’s more than enough reason to head over to their site and add your blog to their feed. You can gain new readers and possibly find a couple of new blogs as well to possibly link-up with in the future.
Each time you upload a new post to your blog, readers will then be able to click on the link via OmniFootball’s website to see your new post; they’ll also be able to visit your site as well if they so choose. In the end, the site ends up looking like a win-win situation for both readers and bloggers alike.