Lots of netball on today's front and back pages!— Sportsbeat (@Sportsbeat) April 16, 2018
We caught up with ice cool @Helenhousby1 whose last second goal helped to a historic netball at the Commonwealth Games
by @ryrealtalk | in association with @TeamEngland sponsor @npowerhq pic.twitter.com/2nlRnT7wI7
Unrivalled coverage from Gold Coast 2018
Sportsbeat’s coverage of the 2018 Commonwealth Games was presented in association with Team England sponsor npower.
Content – in words and video – appeared across a range of national and regional newspapers, digital channels, including the Yahoo network, and was optimised for use across social media
More than 7,000 branded content items appeared across the national, local and regional press, reaching a record audience in excess of 20 million.
What some of our editors’ said:
“The coordination of covering such an event for the regional press is extremely taxing in the present climate and therefore Sportsbeat’s contribution is vital to us and, in return, they have been able to ensure wide exposure for their sponsors in a variety of newspapers and websites in our stable.”
– Peter Storey, Lancashire Evening Post
“We always look forward to working with Sportsbeat, they are a highly-professional organisation that always seems to match the needs of our newspapers and our web platforms. At the Commonwealth Games they excelled themselves.”
– Bob Westerdale, Sheffield Star
“Fantastic copy over the course of the games. Really appreciate the high quality as always. We always enjoy working with Sportsbeat because they always deliver to the highest quality. The reporters are excellent at spotting the local angle and providing bespoke copy for us.”
– Nick Westby, Yorkshire Post
“All the copy sent during the Commonwealth Games was fantastic. It’s was perfectly geared for us again, and just as reliable as we expected. With the Commonwealth Games coming to Birmingham in 2022, it was the perfect way to get the city excited. I look forward to working with Sportsbeat in the near future.”
– Richard Jackson, Birmingham Mail