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ScoreStream’s Players to Watch-Gavin Wale

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In every football game, the offense is inevitably going to find itself in a tough position. Usually that is somewhere along the lines of 4th down and out of field goal range. In this situation, coaches call their special teams over and prepare the punt unit for the next play. Statistically speaking, your average professional football team will punt the ball 3-7 times per game. In Division 1 College football that number could be anywhere from 4-9 punts per game and up to 10+ times for some of the more offensively challenged high school teams. In these situations, you want to have a guy that can boot the skin off the ball. This is where Gavin Wale comes in. Gavin is one of the top ranked punters in the entire Country! He has been ranked as high as the #1 prospect for the class of 2019. Before his last kick hit the ground, ScoreStream was able to reach out to Gavin for a short Q&A.

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SS: How did you begin playing sports?

GW: I began playing soccer when I was three. It was there that I realized I had quite the leg and knack for kicking. Since then, I’ve tried just about every sport in the book and ended up kicking footballs.

SS: If you weren’t playing football, what would be your go to sport/activity?

GW: If I wasn’t playing football, I would definitely still be playing soccer. I always dreamed of playing in a World Cup.

SS: Suppose the other team calls a time-out before a field goal attempt, how do you keep your cool?

GW: I think of every kick as a competition against the other team’s kicker. It helps make the situation seem much smaller than it actually is, regardless of the pressure.

SS: It’s game day, what is your go to method for getting in the zone?

GW: Throughout the day, I try to take a few moments to close my eyes and visualize myself doing everything I can to help the team win. Before the game, I listen to music to keep myself focused…”In The Air Tonight” by Phil Collins is a classic for me.

🏈 Check out Gavin’s youtube account here to see some of his kicking highlights 🏈

SS: What lessons have you learned from playing that you carry along in every day life?

GW: Between kicking and football, I have learned that nothing will ever be given to you. Everything in life is earned and there is NEVER an excuse to not be the hardest working guy out on the field, or in life.

SS:Do you practice your tackling during practice?

GW: Sometimes I try and jump in during drills, but usually I’m off perfecting things with my long snapper.

 

If you enjoyed reading this make sure to keep up with Gavin and the high school scores at Coronado High School on ScoreStream this year! You can follow him @gavin_wale on Twitter.

Want to follow high school and club sports in real-time? Download the ScoreStream app for free here: Itunes or Google Play

Women’s History Month & #NextLadyLegend Nominations

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Nominate Your Favorite Female Athletes To Be Our Next Lady All Star!

In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to take some time to highlight amazing female athletes all over the nation and bring attention to their incredible talents and accomplishments. We are partnering with local partners and the winners will be highlighted by our partners and us in our email blasts, social media posts and throughout our app.

 

How To Nominate

We are looking to YOU to help nominate local high school female athlete for us to highlight each week in the month of March.  To nominate, post photos and videos in ScoreStream of your athlete during their next game and use #NextLadyLegend.  The more photos and videos the better your chance of winning!

 

Why We Are Doing This

Because female athletes are AMAZING! We at ScoreStream are lucky to be exposed to talent nationwide at all levels. We are constantly impressed by the women athletes we see in ScoreStream, but they often get less media attention.

We’re so inspired by female athletes, like these 8 American Female Olympians Who Forever Changed The World of Sports or these 18 Athletes Who Changed the Game for Women. We want to tell the stories of the young female athletes of today that just might be the #NextLadyLegend.

As former female athletes ourselves, we are firm believers that playing sports as young girls have helped shape who we have become. In fact, according to this recent Forbes article, 52% of C-level executives played sports at the university level!

We want to honor Women’s History Month by highlighting young female athletes to inspire and encourage them to continue to be amazing!

 

Partners

If you are a local media outlet that wants to partner with us, we’d love your help promoting this campaign to your followers. If an athlete is picked from your region, we will give you access to all the photos, videos, and the Q&A interview we put together. You can use this however you’d like to help highlight these awesome athletes on your websites, broadcasts and social media.

 

Questions or Comments?

Feel free to contact us at info@scorestream.com or catch us on twitter @scorestream.

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ScoreStream’s Players to Watch – Les Thomas

 

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To celebrate National Signing Day, ScoreStream has decided to highlight one of our undecided seniors, Les Thomas. Representing Heritage Hall High School in OKC, Thomas is a 6’4, 170 lb. shooting guard/small forward. In his 4 years at Heritage, Thomas has established an undeniable connection between his long locks of hair and his long distance shot. ScoreStream was recently able to catch up with him and ask him some questions we thought our fans may be interested in.

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SS: When did you first start playing basketball?

LT: I began playing basketball when I was about 6, but I didn’t take it seriously until my cousin from Hawaii moved in with my family. I really looked up to him and watching him play and watch basketball had a huge influence on me. It didn’t take long before I fell in love with the game, and from there on, I made it my dream to play at the highest level and have loved every moment of it since.

SS: What players or coaches have most influenced you to be the player you are today?

LT: Kobe Bryant! He is one of my role models because he wasn’t one of the most athletic players, but his crazy work ethic ultimately made him great. I try to model my work ethic primarily from him because I view myself as someone similar to him. I also look up to Klay Thompson. Mainly because of the way he plays and approaches the game. He doesn’t say too much on the court, but you can tell he always means business. He also doesn’t show a lot of emotion, but he clearly maintains a firm will to win.

SS: That sick crossover drew us to want and show you off to more fans. Is the crossover your favorite move? What is your go to method when creating a scoring opportunity?

LT: Thanks, yes, the crossover is one of my favorite moves except I usually opt for an in-and-out crossover. When I go 1-on-1, I like to use the jab series, then depending on how the defense is playing me it will expose the opening from the defender. I also like the crossover then step-back move because my shot is high which makes it difficult to block. Worst case, if they collapse on me, I’ll find the open man.

SS: It’s game day, what is your go to method for getting hyped up?

LT: My go to method fro getting hype on game-day is immediately fuel up. First thing, right after school, I go to NewLife and get get oatmeal cookie smoothie with sweet tart tea with a liftoff (like a energy drink), then I go to school and chill in the locker room with my teammates. To focus my head, I read my bible (3 chapters) and say a prayer before the game. Come game time, I get ready by playing loud music, which gets me hyped for the game. I put up some warm up shots, then I’m ready and prepared to play!

SS: What lesson have you learned from playing that you carry along in every day life?

LT: I learned that you have work for everything in life, and that nothing is given to you. You either give 110% of you effort towards your goal, or don’t do it at all. This way of thinking has taught me how to be mentally tough. I believe you should never give up because you don’t know how close you are to reaching your goals until you keep working and persevere.
SS: Playoffs are coming up quickly. Any goals for this season and moving forward?

LT: I have many goals for my team and secondly for myself. As a team, my #1 goal is to win the state-championship. My next goal is to play in the all-state game and have enough offers so that I will have the luxury to be able to choose what school I will attend for college. Personally a goal that I have set for myself is to not have any mental lapses. Being a senior, and the leader of my team, I have no choice but to be a great example on both on and off the court.

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SS: Any school records that you have your eyes set on?

LT: I want to break the shooting records for 3’s👌 at my school. I’ve tied our school record for 9 3-pointers in a game twice so far, but I’m confident I’ll break it this season.
If you want more of Les, you can check out his Twitter @LesThomas2017 or his youtube.
Want to follow high school and club sports in real-time? Download the ScoreStream app for free here: Itunes or Google Play
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ScoreStream’s Players to Watch-Zach Thompson

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Throughout the year, ScoreStream is always trying to keep a keen eye out for players who are excelling beyond their peers. In this week’s special edition of Players to Watch, we are highlighting Triopia High School’s multi-sport juggernaut, Zach Thompson. Thompson is the 5’7, 140-lb, go-to sophomore that Triopia depends on every game. In his first full season of varsity play, Thompson is playing on both sides of the football and is accumulating quite the collection of highlight tapes on the basketball court. ScoreStream connected with Thompson to ask him a few questions that the fans want to know!

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SS: How did you begin playing sports?

ZT: Well, my dad is a football and basketball coach, so I feel as if I have practically grown up around sports. I always attended his games and quickly fell in love with the energy and atmosphere surrounding the games.

SS: What players or coaches have most influenced you to be the player you are today?

ZT: The first coach that comes to mind is Coach Monroe. He was my coach in junior high, at Winchester, and he has helped me grow a lot in basketball. It meant a lot to me to play for him and he was also a ton of fun to play for.

SS: The juke move drew us to want and show you off to more fans. Is the crossover your favorite move? What is your go to method when creating a scoring opportunity?

ZT: No doubt, The Crossover! It is my favorite move when I am trying to create space and drive to the basket. If you have the ability to confidently use both hands, it becomes straight up deadly. I usually jab hard with one of my feet to see if I can get the defender to bite. If he bites on the fake, you have them and can probably take them to the hole.

SS side note- check out the amazing play that brought us to reach out to Thompson here.

SS: It’s game day, what is your go to method for getting hyped up?

ZT: My pre-game method before playing usually consists of listening to some rap on the bus. But other than that, I HAVE to wear my lucky socks! haha I guess you could say I’m a little superstitious.

SS: Any emoji that describes you and your teammates?

ZT: The emoji that describes our team is probably the laughing face emoji 😂. Our team gets along really well and we also have some pretty funny guys. It’s just an all around good time with them.

SS: Playoffs are coming up quickly. Any goals for this season and moving forward?

ZT: I really want to get to the regional championship and I believe we are more than capable of achieving that goal. When our team gets going, we are a quality basketball team. As long as everyone does their job, we can beat anyone.

 

You can follow Zach on twitter @zachthompson_3 and check out his football highlights on hudl. Don’t forget to keep up with his games, scores, and highlights on ScoreStream.

 

Want to follow high school and club sports in real-time? Download the ScoreStream app for free here: Itunes or Google Play

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ScoreStream’s Players to Watch-Kayla Lis

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Over the past year, ScoreStream has witnessed many young men and women work to transform themselves into the most skilled and prominent athletes in the country. In this year’s edition of ScoreStream’s Players to Watch, we have chosen to feature Neillsville’s outstanding Senior, Kayla Lis. Kayla is a 1-2 punch who combines an innate ability to drive to to hoop with a deadly outside shot. She has committed to playing next year for the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Women’s basketball team. ScoreStream has recently been in contact with Kayla and we were able to do a short Q&A with her to help connect her with her fans.

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SS-How did you originally become interested in playing basketball?

KL-My parents and my brother played basketball which is how I got interested. I’m lucky enough to have a hoop outside of my house, which allows me to shot all of the time.

SS-What player has influenced you the most in becoming the player you are today?

KL-Jenny Lindner was a big influence on me. She showed me that hard work can allow you to achieve your goals in life. As I watched her achieve many goals, I became inspired to achieve my own as well.

SS-What song gets you pumped up for competition?

KL- Thunderstruck ⚡️

SS-Any other pre-game rituals that you do to get hyped up for the game?

KL-My team and I jam out and get hyped up for the game by playing music on the bus and the locker room. As far as pregame exercises, I like to do ball handling drills in the locker room.

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You can follow Kayla on twitter @kaylalis____ and also check out her highlights on hudl. Make sure to keep up with her games this year at Neillsville High School on ScoreStream and next year as she joins the UW-La Crosse Eagles Women’s basketball team.

 

 

Want to follow high school and club sports in real-time? Download the ScoreStream app for free here: Itunes or Google Play

Scoring Games

ScoreStream is powered by fans. When you’re at a game, you can use either the mobile or desktop app to score games in real-time to keep other fans and media up-to-date with the action.

Mobile App

The game page shows you the real-time score of the game and any posts from other fans.  The scoreboard is interactive.  Just press the score of the team you want to update and a sport-specific template will pop-up.

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Use the template to update the score, then press the “x” in the upper right hand corner of the template when you are done.  It’s that simple.

When you update a score, be sure to also update the quarter, period or inning by pressing the button between the two scores.

Tip:  If you make a mistake, no worries.  Just press the scoreboard again and enter the correct score.

Note: We rely on you to enter accurate scores.  We compare your score to others in real-time before updating the app and our online scoreboards.  If you enter an inaccurate score, you will see it but no one else will!  The more accurate your scores, the more often others will see them.

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Make sure you have created a username with ScoreStream and that we’ve given you permission to access the GameManager. If not, email us your username at partner@scorestream.com asking for permission to use GameManager.

STEP ONE: Login

Login in at www.ScoreStream.com.

Go to “Tools” and click on “Manage Games” or go to: http://scorestream.com/gameManager.

STEP TWO: Search for games

The first thing you want to do is search for the games in your market. On the first page, you will see your filter options. For this example, select “Search by State”.

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Set the date to your desired date range and choose the sport. For Game Status: choose “all games”. The results will populate below.

Tip: once you’ve deployed your Scoreboard Widget on your site, you can filter games in GameScheduler by your Scoreboard Widget ID number to see only the games on your widget. 

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STEP THREE: Follow and Score Games

From here, you can follow games in real time as well as edit and update scores. You will see that most of scores will be accurate and up to date. If you see a score that needs to be updated, just click on the game, enter the score and click “+Add Score”.

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Tip: Be sure to send us your username so that we can give your scores a high confidence rating, effectively overriding the fans in the stands.

All of the scores you see, input and edit on GameManager will flow directly to your online widget, on-air ticker and mobile app if applicable, so you will never have to enter a score more than once!

Still have questions? We’re here to help!
partner@scorestream.com

 

You may also be interested in:

>>GameManager Tutorial
>>Mobile App Tutorial
>>Game Coverage Examples

 

 

 

ScoreStream Partnership Get Started Guide

Welcome, Partner!

We are excited to have you on board and we want to ensure you get the most out of this partnership. Our goal is to first get you set up with a scoreboard for your website and then show you how to leverage ScoreStream to get you more exposure in your market.

In this post you will find steps and tips to getting started. If at any point you have questions or want some extra help, feel free to reach out to partner@scorestream.com. We would love to hear from you!

 

Getting Started with ScoreStream

  1. Username: if you have not already, please send your username to partner@scorestream.com so we can give you access to all of our extra back-end tools. If you still need to create one, you can do that at scorestream.com.
  2. ScoreStream Tutorials: we have created step-by-step tutorials on all of our ScoreStream tools. You can browse through these now but also feel free to bookmark the link so you can refer back to the tutorials as you need them.

  3. Create a Scoreboard (or several): our scoreboards will pull in LIVE scores as they are inputted by the fans. You can put this scoreboard widget on your website in as many places as you want, and also create as many separate scoreboards as you’d like.

    To create a scoreboard, go to your WidgetManager and work through the steps or check out the tutorial for help. Once you have the teams added and a look and feel that matches your brand, put the scoreboard up on your website.

  4. Create a Photo & Video Gallery (or several): Similar to the scoreboards, the Photo & Video Galleries will pull in photos and videos in realtime. Go to your WidgetManager to create a Photo & Video Gallery just like you would a scoreboard. You can create a state-wide board for maximum coverage, create one with specific teams, or both!
  5. On-Air Ticker Integration: if you are a TV station you can also use our scores for your on-air tickers. The great part about this, is you don’t have to update the score separately in your ticker interface. You can update the score ONCE in the ScoreStream GameManager or the mobile app (or just use the scores from our fans), and it will automatically update the data in your ticker. Contact us for more information!

 

Promote Your Coverage

You now have realtime scores, photos, and video on your website. Time to promote your coverage so people know you’re a leading source for local sports! Check out these links for tips and ideas:

Other Tools & Things To Do (if it helps you!)

  1. Update scores, game time and location: use our GameManager tool to manage all game information. You can see all the games from your widget in one pace and add scores, game segment, time, location and get to the game page to post.
  2. Schedule games: in some cases, we may already have the schedules in the system. If we do not have your team’s schedule and you want to add a schedule, you can do that using our GameScheduler tool.
  3. Create your own ranking set (or use one of ours): while we do not have standings or stats (yet!) we do have the ability to create your own ranking set and apply it to any scoreboard.
  4. Add a game venue: since a soccer team plays on the soccer field and the basketball team in the gym, you can add several venues for each school. You can set certain venues as the default and also add venues that may be specific to playoffs.
  5. Update a team page: our partners and General Managers all have access to updating team information. You can change out the background photo or upload a logo. If you do not have access to this, just email us and we’ll fix that!

 

Please feel free to reach out with questions, comments, or just to say hi!
partner@scorestream.com

 

 

You may also be interested in:

>>Promotional Playbook
>>Scoreboard Inspiration

Be the Leader in High School Sports Coverage in Your Market

Below are several examples of creative ways our partners utilize our content in their own coverage. Posting great content in games helps you engage with fans specifically interested in that coverage. It also positions you as the leader in your market for high school sports! The sky is the limit so we encourage you to get as creative as you can!

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our Promotional Playbook for more ideas.

 

Pre-Game Videos Posted in Game Pages

Pre-Game News Segment including interviews with the players by KRIS6Sports in Calallen vs Flour Bluff:

 

Pre-Game News Segment highlighting the coach’s career as he goes for his 427th win by 3SportsBlitz in Calallen vs Flour Bluff:

 

Pre-Game interview with the coach by KRIS6Sports in Sinton vs Ingleside:

 

Post-Game Coverage

News segment posted in the game page after the game was over that shows highlights, by KRIS6Sports in Moody Trojans vs King Mustangs:

 

News segment by KMEG with game highlights from two games and a mention of a play from the game that was selected for ScoreStream’s Plays of the Week. Check out the full article here.

 

Donnie Tillman from WICS posted a video to the ScoreStream app that got selected as the #1 pick of the week! He then used that to create a news segment, interviewing the player in the play:

 

Other Creative Segments

This is an awesome segment by WLUK in Green Bay that shows fans how to use the ScoreStream app. Also check out the full news article.

 

Segment on ScoreStream from WGXA in Macon, GA:

 

Questions? We’re here to help!
partner@scorestream.com

 

You may also be interested in:

>>Promotional Playbook
>>Scoreboard Inspiration
>>Promo Maker Tutorial

 

Using Rankings On Scoreboards

Want to show off team rankings on your ScoreStream scoreboard? Now you can! Just build your widgets with our ranking sets by following these simple steps:

1. Log in to your account at ScoreStream.com, click on “My Widgets” and select “Create widget”.

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2. Select your widget type.  If you want to use an existing widget and replace what is currently on that widget with this ranking set, click ‘update’ next to that widget instead of creating a new one.
Note: Rankings are not available on Photo/Video Galleries.

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3. Once you’ve selected your widget type, you will see three tabs on the top. These tabs indicate the various ways you can build which teams will be listed on the scoreboard. Select the “Ranking Sets” tab.

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4. Once in the Ranking Set tab, you will be allowed to choose from any public rankings, or create your own set of rankings. The red arrow points to where you select to create your own ranking sets.

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5. Follow the steps to name your new ranking set. Once named, you’ll see the following screen. Once here, search for the team in the search bar, select them, and add them to your rankings!

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6. Once you have selected the teams, you will be allowed to re-order them with the arrows beside each team name. You will use this to update the rankings each week or as frequently as you’d like to change them.

The first time you will need to save using the gear by the ranking name. Moving forward, the rankings auto-save.

 

7. Once you’re finished, select “Back to Widget Creator” on the top right. This will return you to the widget all set up with the rankings! Click save on the widget. This will automatically update if you already have this scoreboard live on your website. If it is not live yet, copy and paste the iframe code below and copy it wherever you want your scoreboard.

 

8. Share for fans to follow!

Promotional Playbook for GMs

Welcome to the ScoreStream GM Promotional Playbook! We are excited to have you on board as a General Manager, and we want to ensure you get the most out of ScoreStream.

As a General Manager, you are the leader of your team’s fan base. You care about representing your team and getting as many other fans engaged in the game as you can.

Just stepping up as a GM is plenty, but if you’d like to do more to engage your fans, you’ve come to the right place!  We have already put together tips on getting ready for game day which you can find here. In this post, you’ll find ideas and examples of how to get your local community involved using ScoreStream using other platforms outside of ScoreStream.

Note: If you are not set up as a GM, please email us at info@scorestream.com. We will happily get you set up!

In This Blog Post…


About ScoreStream

ScoreStream brings fan driven scoring of local sports to users in real-time. Our mobile app allows fans, GMs, and partners to post scores, photos, and video and engage in real-time conversations with other fans. Our desktop suite of tools empower GMs to schedule games in advance, create online scoreboard widgets, and monitor/update scores in real time.

This guide will provide you with tips for utilizing and promoting the ScoreStream platform to promote your team and engage with your fellow fans.

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ScoreStream Tools Tutorials

Once you are set up as GM, take a look at our tutorials for step-by-step guides on how ScoreStream works. If you aren’t looking to create a scoreboard for your team’s website, you can leave the widget sections for later.

  • ScoreStream Mobile App: score games, upload photos and videos, post to social media and more.
  • GameManager: find, follow and update games in real-time.
  • GameScheduler: schedule games in advance to display upcoming games on your scoreboards.
  • WidgetCreator: create an online scoreboard widget that pulls in scores for your team(s) in real-time.
  • WidgetManager: manage, edit and update existing scoreboard widgets. When you make a change, the scoreboard widget updates automatically.

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Promote on ScoreStream

There are a ton of ways to use ScoreStream to interact with your fans, remind them about upcoming games or rallying their team spirit. Check out or full post on tips for Getting ready for Game Day!

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Social Media

There are many ways to help engage more fans through social media. We’ve compiled some tips to help you increase interaction with your followers.

  • Post in the App: ScoreStream is where fans go to post scores and discuss games. You can post in the app within team pages to engage your team’s fans.
  • Post from the App: You can post to Twitter and Facebook direct from the app. See our mobile app tutorial if you need some pointers on using the app. Pre-load your hashtag to accompany every post. Posting to a Team Page you manage on Facebook? We have a guide on how to do that too!
  • Photos and Video: Use our app to make your photos and videos awesome! ScoreStream has photo filters and customizable scoreboard overlays that you can create in the app and publish to your social media sites. Our mobile app tutorial has more information on the photo and video tools.

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Twitter

  • Follow us and tag @ScoreStream in your updates so we can help share your content.
  • Pre-load your hashtag for all tweets from the ScoreStream app.
  • “@mention” team names, athletes, coaches, etc. This makes it easier for them to retweet / favorite your content.
  • Use our photo and video features to make your photos look great with a score overlay. Attach these to your tweets to rise above the noise.
  • Remind your followers to download the ScoreStream app for real-time scores and to add their own scores.
  • More Examples:
    • Find, share scores and post pics & video with [enter handle] & @ScoreStream. Download the app today!
    • Going to be at the games this HS football season? Post scores by using the free @scorestream app!
    • Download the @ScoreStream app and get in on the action – help score your team’s game! #prepzonehoops

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Facebook

  • Make sure you’ve liked the ScoreStream page and that we’ve liked you back.
  • Don’t forget that if you’re running a Page (not posting to your personal page) you may need this workaround.
  • Facebook posts may include more information than tweets, so consider posting pre-game previews and post-game recap posts on Facebook.

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Promo Maker

Use the ScoreStream Promo Maker to make your social media posts more appealing. Within any game page, you’ll see the ScoreStream Promo Maker on the right side of the page.


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Online

Write blogs, articles, and other opportunities for write-ups to highlight ScoreStream on big game days.

  • Blog Idea: write up a recap of a game and link to the ScoreStream team page for a complete recap of the game including all scores, posts, and photos/ video sent using ScoreStream.
  • Have a call-to-action to download the ScoreStream app. Reminding fellow fans to enter scores, photos and videos into ScoreStream. We know it’s not easy to make it to every game. Other fans can help you fill in the gaps for the games you don’t make it to.
        • Example: “We need your help covering Team X! Download ScoreStream for realtime high school sports scores, photos, video and more.


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Connect With Us:

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Questions? We’re here to help!
info@scorestream.com

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>>Widget Inspiration
>>ScoreStream Tools Tutorials
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