Tag Archives: Promoter Newsletter

Setting Up Your Event – Best Practices

Running an event is difficult; there are so many things to consider, and so many things to prepare – and before you even have a single person registered! Read on for some of our tips and tricks for setting up the best registration for your event. Think Like a Participant When setting up your own […]
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5 Tips for FREE Effective Event Marketing

It’s that time of year, you’re preparing for your event and this year you want to it to be even bigger and better than ever, but how do you accomplish that? This is the conundrum for any event looking to scale. The term ‘marketing’ is broad and far reaching, and there seems to be a […]
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Registration Insurance for Participants

Don’t want to handle refunds for your event or not in a financial position to honor those requests? With our newest partnership with Allianz Global Assistance, your participants can get their entry refunded at no cost to event directors. When people register for your event on BikeReg, RunReg, TriReg, or SkiReg, they can now choose to add […]
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PledgeReg gets some upgrades…

PledgeReg, our fully integrated to peer fundraising platform, has received some great upgrades this summer. While PledgeReg is already completely seamless and integrated with the registration for events, we have created a new way to drive more donations and fundraiser engagement, new team based features and ways to save you, the event director, time. Maximizing […]
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Sub-Promoter Feature

Do you ever need to give limited access to more users? Do you have a timing company or registration team that needs access to your event? With the athleteReg sub-promoters tool, you can now give customized access for specific events so your timer, registrar, treasurer, etc. can lend a helping hand in the promotion of […]
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Event Production on a Budget, Social Media Marketing, LiveReg, and More

Grassroots Race Production on a Budget Fred Phillips oversees approximately 25 multisport and cycling events each year. Here he shares his expertise including the three things that should be the foundation for every grassroots, budget-concise race production organization. Read more Using Pinterest, Reddit, and Instagram to Market Your Event Alon Alroy Creating buzz is not […]
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Event Photo Costs, Upping Social Media Numbers, and What’s New at athleteReg

Great photos aren’t cheap and cheap photos aren’t great – so who pays? Robbie Little   It’s no secret that the photo industry as a whole has changed dramatically over the last several years and these changes have impacted the entire process of how participant photography is conducted at endurance events. Read more   16 […]
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Finding Volunteers, Transitioning Your Events for Free, and More

Find Superstar Volunteers by Kelli White Everyone longs to find the volunteers that best fit their event. The people who actually “get it” and will work hard to help your event succeed are out there, but where exactly should you look for that elusive “perfect” volunteer? Read More   US triathlon market revenue hits the […]
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