Why your business needs a mobile/tablet friendly website

It’s 2015, is your website mobile/tablet friendly? Smart phones and tablets are becoming increasingly popular and are the preferred method for accessing the Internet. Your business now needs to think about building a mobile version of your website in order to provide customers a better experience. The risk of not having a mobile site can…

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Anderson Race Management’s Tips for Planning a Race

We get many inquiries weekly on what it takes to organize a race, and questions as to whether or not someone’s organization will be able to raise enough money to pay for their expenses, but also make enough money to support their cause. I always respond with, “first, we need to figure out the time…

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Big Run Media Twitter Tips for Race Organizers

So you might be using Twitter, or thinking about using Twitter, to promote your event and connect with fans. Now that Facebook’s changing algorithms are showing your fans less and less of your content (from 16% back in 2012 to less than 2% today), it is a good time to step up your Twitter game.…

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More Than Cat Videos: Why Your Event Should Have a Facebook Page

Social Media for Race Directors Part 1: Facebook What do people do on Facebook? Does my event really need a Facebook Page, or is it just a channel for cat videos and baby pictures? How the heck do I even get started? If these questions are running through that bee hive you call your mind,…

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9 free (or almost free) ways to grow your race

Race directors are typically not rich people with ginormous budgets and champagne delivered to their offices daily. Nope, they have to get creative to make a lot happen with a little money. Whether you’re learning how to plan a race and digging into your savings to make it happen or you’ve been doing this for…

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