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Website Homepage Makeover

08/23/2016, 10:00am CDT
By Jim Dahline

A few of us have joined local association boards and one of the first things we inevitably end up doing is doing an "extreme makeover: homepage edition". With a massive library of page elements, lots of things to share, and little time, homepages that started off looking great, end up veering off into a land of text and photo elements. A good solid makeover makes a huge difference in the way an organization is presented to the world.

So it got us thinking, how do we help customers learn how to use page elements so their homepages look like how they want them to? We'd love to put a personal touch on them, but with thousands and thousands of websites on SportsEngine, that's just not possible. Many already do a great job, but there's got to be a few of them out there that could really use the help, and as SportsEngine power users, we could help out while showing others some page element tricks.

So, we're looking for a few nominees to be a part of a "SportsEngine Website Makeover". We'll be working with your existing design, but want to take a homepage from busy to great. Here's what we need you to do:

1) Send an email to and nominate your organization. Tell us why you think you should be picked for a SportsEngine Website Makeover.

2) Also in the email, include:

  • Your name, email, and phone number
  • Organization Name and Website URL (must be a SportsEngine website)
  • Who is your webmaster/primary content person (they'll also be featured on a Webmaster of the Week)
  • Why your organization needs/wants a website makeover

Send in your nomination by August 31, 2016. We'll select a website and let you know if you've "won". 

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    About the Author

    Jim Dahline is Director of Marketing at SportsEngine. He is also a board member for Edina Hockey Association and works specifically with tournaments, sponsors, and fundraising. He is on the planning committee for US Pond Hockey Championships and serves as Communications Director.

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