Happy New Year (and thank you) from all of us here at Sellout Crowd

Happy New Year (and thank you) from all of us here at Sellout Crowd

We appreciate all of the page views, shares, feedback and hours of video watched; More to come in 2024

Mike Koehler

By Mike Koehler

| Jan 2, 2024, 1:29pm CST

Mike Koehler

By Mike Koehler

Jan 2, 2024, 1:29pm CST

Football season in Oklahoma has finally wrapped up, and while we are still chasing transfer portal jumpers, we at Sellout Crowd have taken some time to catch our breath and look forward to 2024. 

Happy New Year, and from the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

I’m happy to let Jenni share that message with you via video, but I thought a note would be suitable for a few extra helpings of gratitude. 

When Sellout Crowd was being constructed in coffee shops, Zoom calls, golf course dining rooms and Mike Sherman’s dining room table, we had all hoped that the idea of quality sports content delivered to the hungry, sports-crazy populace of our fine state would hit a cord. 

Your affinity for what we’ve created has left us a little dizzy.

We’ve seen more than a million page views on our website as you’ve visited us from every corner of Oklahoma and beyond (we see you, Dallas, keep on clicking!).

You’ve watched hours and hours of video, long-form and short. You’ve helped clips of Toby Keith, Bob Stoops, and our creators go viral.

You’ve opened our emails and shared our social media. 

And each day, you come back for more.

As we turn the corner into the New Year, we’ve got more up our digital sleeves.

The Sellout Crowd app is now available if you need to download it. Click on the graphic below for that, now in the Apple Store. (Google Play is coming soon, we promise!)

New shows are about to pop up, including some big names from the worlds of Oklahoma pro sports and entertainment. 

We’re also planning a place where you can get more involved in the sports conversation. You’ve asked for it, and it’s in the works. 

But this doesn’t all happen by magic; there are still some ways you can help Sellout continue to thrive in 2024.

And please let me know how we’re doing. Just email [email protected]

Thanks for being a part of the crowd. 

Onward and upward

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Mike Koehler is the founder of Sellout Crowd. Mike spent more than 15 years in journalism before starting Smirk New Media, a digital marketing agency, in 2010. Mike is a graduate of Missouri State University and lives in Oklahoma City with his wife Gaylee and three kids. Mike can be found on social media at @mkokc on Twitter and most everything else.

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