Posts tagged "marketing"

4 Tips to Improve Your Youth Sports Program's Website


4 Tips to Improve Your Youth Sports Program’s Website

We spoke with Andy Crestodina, the co-founder and chief marketing officer at Orbit Media, about the basics of what should go on a youth sports organization’s website. Here are the latest and greatest things to consider for your website.

Your Youth Sports Program's Website Must Be Mobile-Optimized


Your Youth Sports Program's Website: 3 Reasons It Must Be Mobile-Optimized

Your youth sports program’s website must be mobile-optimized. Here are 3 reasons it must become a priority for 2022—if it isn’t already.

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Sports Marketing Examples Your Organization Can Learn From

When you’re trying to grow a sports organization, having a strong sports marketing strategy is non-negotiable. Additionally, it’s no secret that social media is a crucial part of that strategy—since many of your future customers and current members are spending more and more time on…

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Return to Play: Player and Parent Questionnaire

Note for organizers: the below survey can be copy and pasted into an easy survey template like Google Forms, Survey Monkey, or Typeform. Edit, add, or delete questions to make it feel like your own.      As we begin to return to play in…

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NextUp Town Hall Recap: Marketing Your Organization & Building Your Brand

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies across the country to rethink their business models and how they go about attracting and retaining customers. The youth sports community has been particularly hard hit by the “new normal,” but some organizations are looking at the situation as…

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Report: Youth Field Hockey Participation Rates Soaring

In recent months, major media outlets have reported on youth sports participation rates around the United States. Some sports have seen gains, with ice hockey, lacrosse, and volleyball all reporting sizable increases in their respective participation rates. One sport that has reported a sizable increased…


Ways Social Media has Changed and How Sports Organizations Can Keep Up

If you feel like keeping up with the latest social media updates and changes is a full-time job, you’re not alone. Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are constantly launching new features and searching for ways to keep users engaged just a little while…


You’re Getting Throttled on Facebook – How to Get Your Message to the Right People

If you’ve spent time on Facebook lately you might notice the world seems smaller. Maybe you keep seeing repeat posts from the same handful of people, or you’re following 20 pages, but you don’t remember seeing much new from them. This phenomenon is called throttling….

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Keys to Successful Player Communication in 2018

We’ve all missed an email, overlooked a text message or simply forgot about a practice time. Team communication will always be a challenge, both on-the-field, and off-the-field. At LeagueApps we work hard to make Team Communication as bulletproof as possible with a robust suite of…

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5 Growth Lessons From Lightning AAU

There’s a lot to learn from Jim Fox, Island Garden, and the nation’s largest AAU program Brainstorming ways to grow your club and programs? Follow the example of the largest AAU program in the country, Long Island Lightning, and its founder Jim Fox. As one…