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Fanhood Hoops πŸ€πŸ€ - The Best Damn Basketball Newsletter In the World!!

Fanhood Hoops creates insightful, meaningful, curated content for our fellowship of passionate basketball fans through a beautifully curated email. Our experts and insiders come from brands like ESPN to cover the overlooked nooks, untouched stories, and innermost machinations of our favorite sport and its players. Our short form, evergreen content appears every Tuesday in your inbox, along with beautifully designed content to follow on our Instagram every day.

We feel that our emails include unique layouts, consistent branding elements, clear CTAs, nice mix of real/illustrative images, and excellent information hierarchy. Our emails currently average around a 40% open rate and we engage directly with our subscribers through direct email replies, audience interviews, and Instagram.

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