Have you ever wanted to interact with your favorite artist or content creators on a deeper level? If so, you’re in for a treat. Thanks to Subify, a new platform that is reimagining how fans and creators interact, allows you to do just that.
Founded in December 2019, Subify is a new platform that combines the best aspects of your favorite social media platforms as well as your favorite streaming services. It allows you to consume content from your favorite artists without interruption, as well as interact with them on a deeper level than currently available anywhere else.
However, Subify is very different from content aggregators like Netflix or Spotify where all the creators and artists are thrown into a single pool for viewers to sort through. Instead, Subify removes that headache by powering unique ecosystems for each creator on the platform. When you log into any Subify powered platform you are only presented with content from the creator you are interested in following. No more sifting through all the junk you don’t care about or wishing there was more content from your favorite creators.
The platform is so unique that it’s taking the industry by storm. Below are three different ways that Subify is changing how you connect with your favorite content creators and artists.
- It gives content creators COMPLETE freedom
Have you ever felt like your favorite celebrity or social media personality is toning things down in order to keep their social media accounts free from getting banned or worse – getting their channels demonetized? Well, they won’t have that problem with Subify. That’s because Subify gives the power back to content creators allowing them complete control over what they want to post. “Fans want to get personal with their idols and for that to happen, these personalities need to know that it is 100% OK for them to be as authentic as they want to be,” shares Chase Hero, co-founder of Subify. “No censorship. Only the most real and authentic look into their daily lives that you won’t see anywhere else.”
- It gives fans UNINTERRUPTED access to their idols’ content
You read that right–no interruptions. This means you get to consume more of the content you love with less time skipping through ads. And even better, Subify values your privacy unlike many other social media platforms. That means they won’t share or sell your personal information or preferences with third parties, so you’ll never get annoyed by unrelated content suggestions or ads in the middle of your viewing experience.
- Fans get to interact with their favorite content creators in MORE WAYS than one
One of the main reasons why Subify was created was because the founders wanted a way to interact and connect with their favorite personalities and celebrities. Previously there wasn’t any platform to facilitate those connections. Subify gives anyone the opportunity to do just this (both digitally and in real life) through various in-app experiences you can finally build deep and meaningful relationships with your favorite artists and creators for the first time ever.
“We’re not just giving content creators more freedom but also all the tools they’ll need to create a deeper bond with their fans,” says Zak Folkman Subify’s other co-founder. “Whether you’re a new content creator or someone who already has a large following, Subify will allow you to connect on a deeper level with your followers by offering them exclusive access and opportunities that have not been available anywhere else.”
To learn more about Subify visit https://subify.vip to see all of the exciting things they are doing..
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