Minnesota United first MLS team to use Wakelet

Minnesota United have become the first MLS team to team up with innovative UK content curation platform, Wakelet.

The Loons are fast becoming one of the most innovative and engaging football clubs around and Wakelet’s easy-to-use, engaging platform is helping them to interact with their growing fanbase around the world.

Wakelet is an online tool that allows users to create and share stunning collections of content, including articles, videos, images, tweets and texts.

The platform is fast becoming the go-to tool for businesses, universities and sports clubs, with its suite of features, it provides users with a place to store information and showcase themselves in a creative way.

With MLS franchises becoming more popular in world football and gaining record attendances across North America the need to engage with fans is more prominent than ever.

Minnesota United SVP of Communications, John Guagliano said:

“Wakelet is a terrific way to make sure our fans can know everything that’s going on with the club. It’s an efficient tool for curating all the news from around the world about Minnesota United on our website.”

Wakelet founder and CEO, Jamil Khalil said:

“We’ve seen a growing number of sports clubs using Wakelet to connect with their international fan bases. Whether they’re looking to curate articles, archive tweets, or tell the story of a season through multimedia, Wakelet is a versatile, free platform open to clubs and fans alike.”

Find out more about how Minnesota United use Wakelet.

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