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Splash and gone!

20 January 2014


In a further development to the Owls’ official website, the landing page – or ‘splash page’ as commonly known in the online industry – has now been disabled.


This move, in association with FLi and SapientNitro, will significantly enhance the user experience of the hundreds of thousands of regular visitors to


Feedback from users cited the landing page as a hindrance to their enjoyment and as a consequence, this facility has been permanently removed, which will aid the continued growth of the website.


Recent figures collated underline as one of the most visited sites on the entire FLi platform, which goes hand in hand with the Owls’ equally popular multimedia networks.


SWFC continue to be amongst the market leaders in this key area for football clubs, generating increasingly impressive statistics through its various online portals.


Only two clubs in the country on the FLi circuit– from the Football League and Premier League – boast more subscribers to Player, which remains the ONLY place where supporters can access full online commentary of all the Owls’ first team games.


Meanwhile, subscribers to Wednesday’s official YouTube channel are growing on a daily basis and the Owls’ Facebook and Twitter portals house over 100,000 likes/followers combined. Again, these figures are rising every day.


Still there is more….the Owls recently launched its official Audioboo channel, where supporters can access the very latest and instant audio news from the heart of the Hillsborough camp.


And watch this space, because The Wednesday Wall – your one-stop shop for up to the minute club news – is coming soon….


In the meantime, visit the website, subscribe to Player and YouTube, ‘like’ us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and listen in to Audioboo.


All things considered, Sheffield Wednesday are committed to offering something for everyone across the online board and would like to issue a huge vote of thanks for the superb support of the club’s ever-increasing activity.




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