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Four Tips to Increase Registrations this Season

08/04/2017, 11:30am CDT
By Marie Fitzgerald

SportsEngine is committed to helping your organization add new members and promote the benefits of athletic activity to kids and families in your area. The only way your organization can grow is by making your seasons, tournaments, camps, and clinics easier to find and get signed up for.

We all win when more kids get out and play.

How to Increase Registrations this Season

  1. Message last year's members
  2. Spread the word
  3. Promote on Facebook
  4. Let us help

Message Last Year's Members

The easiest way to drive signups this season is by reaching out to members who signed up last year. With People360, you’re able to easily pinpoint specific members and send them a message all from one place!

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Spread the Word

Make it easier for parents and athletes to register with a call-to-action (CTA) button on your homepage. Why stop there? Place a CTA on multiple pages to ensure parents don’t have to search too hard to find what they're looking for.

Download free sports artwork for your CTAs

Promote on Facebook

Your members spend more time on social media than they do on your website. Don’t wait for them to come to you, bring your Registration to them so that when they’re ready to register, they can do it easily, right from your Facebook page.

Watch how to add a CTA button to Facebook

Let us Promote Your Programs - for FREE

Put your organization at the fingertips of new sports families in your area.

  1. Claim your free listing on SportsEngine.com
  2. Add your program offerings
  3. Connect your Registrations

SportsEngine is already putting your sports organizations in the spotlight with ads and promotions across the NBC Sports networks - don't miss out!

Need help? Here's a guide to adding your Programs 

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    About the Author

    Marie Fitzgerald is a product marketing associate at SportsEngine. She currently coaches for Fusion Soccer Club and helps out at her college alma mater, Augsburg. Marie grew up playing soccer and basketball in Wisconsin and you can find a Bucky Badger bobblehead proudly displayed on her desk. 

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