Shoot boosts online presence

Bulldog signs two new deals to increase the digital presence of the iconic football brand.
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A new deal with the Official Web Shop is set to boost the website, with a new shop offering a full range of Shoot-branded merchandise. The site has already seen over four million visits since its launch 18 months ago.

The second deal will see Shoot link with digital content specialist The Magazine Cloner, which will allow the magazine to be accessed through an app on mobile devices.

“Shoot was the first football magazine to launch a free Internet-only edition, complete with turning pages and the site now receives over 400,000 visits a month, which is a very solid base for the development of the brand,” said Bulldog MD, Rob Corney.

"These new deals are expanding on this strong digital presence and are further evidence of how this hugely popular property is utilising technology in reaching out to new audiences.”




Thanks to its history and classic roots Shoot Magazine is recognised amongst several generations of lads and dads and now has a thriving licensing programme, leveraging the brand?s retro appeal and heritage.

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