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Alternative to Facebook Groups

Bring your fans together into your own group with your own personalised fan engagement platform FanCircles provides an alternative to Facebook groups. Facebook groups allow your fans to talk together but wouldn’t it be better to bring your fans in your own safe space? 100% reach without paying Facebook ad

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Are your Likes really fans?

Rory Cellan-Jones Technology correspondent: For the past week, I’ve been running a very successful small business via Facebook. It is called VirtualBagel and more than 3,000 people from around the world have decided they “like” it – despite the fact that it does, well, absolutely nothing. But in running this

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The Death Of Tracking Pixels

I’ve been watching carefully the demise of social media marketing which heavily relies on third party cookies to track users everywhere they visit online and what they do. Well, third party cookies are being killed off at an astonishing rate and companies including Facebook and Google are feeling the heat

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Saul Choose FanCircles As Fan Club App Partner

Iowa-based rock quartet SAUL — brothers Blake Bedsaul [lead vocals] and Zach Bedsaul [lead guitar, backup vocals], William McIlravy [bass, backup vocals], and Myles Clayborne [drums] — have just shared the video for the new single “Looking to Fight,” which spins a tale of internal struggle. Watch it here.Blake Bedsaul

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The Alarm’s Fan Club App generates $20k in subscriptions

Rock band The Alarm generated more than £20,000 in subscription revenue by exclusively previewing their new album via fan engagement platform FanCircles before it debuted on streaming services. Fans who signed up for premium membership were given access to a host of benefits including a track-by-track unveiling of the Welsh

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More Artists Sign to FanCircles

Fan club platform FanCircles has expanded its ranks by securing partnerships with Paloma Faith, The Levellers, Ed Harcourt and Bon Jovi guitarist Phil X. The artist-centric company, which was previously known as GigRev, has provided musicians, YouTubers, TV shows and other celebrities with a new, sustainable income stream via their

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