With all those predictions done with Hockey season Idea #2 and Hockey season Idea #4, the bots might even be able to make complete predictions for each kind of pool available. From those predictions you could create a draft kit or ebook that could be sold or giveaway for free.
There are a lot of draft kits out there and there is a good reason why. Every year, some players have breakthrough seasons, others have down year, roster changes, some prospect might play.
Because of that a new draft kit must be released and that is a good thing, it means every year poolers who are eager to have an edge buy these in hope to beat their competition.
However, building them might be a problem. It requires a deep analysis of the changes that were made in the off season, knowledge of past performance, possible critical power play minutes and if they are ready to play or not. Like discussed in the first paragraph, the bot form idea Idea #2 and Idea #4 already did most of the work for us. You could add a section for prospect, possible new line, a breakdown of analysis out there, etc.
How to get people to buy your stuff.
There are tons of these fantasy guides, draft kits, whatever you call it online. How do you get people to buy yours ?
First probably it is to ask how to get buyers instead. A simple way might be to create a mailing list where you give a sample of the draft kit when they sign up. Having a demo will allow potential buyers to see if it’s worth it and the mailing list could be used to give updates and promote other third parties.
How to package it?
The guide could be sold as a one off every beginning of a new season or it could be sold as a subscription service where you give updates weekly even daily during the season. Subscription service then returns more money over time, but this will require more involvement on your part.
The guide could include participation in a global pool where they can win prizes.