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Spreading Your StadiumRoar Website to Others


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Learn how to spread your StadiumRoar website to other people in your sports program

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Spreading Your StadiumRoar Website to Others

  1. 1. Spreading Your StadiumRoar Website 5 easy ways get your new site exposure 5 easy ways get your new site exposure
  2. 2. #1 ‐ Email Out Your URL Once you have a StadiumRoar website, the next step is to make sure your site is  known by your program’s participants and others you may want to attract to your  program in the future.  First, email all participants in your program (parents, coaches, athletes, etc) with  your new website URL ‐ YOURORGANIZATIONNAME.   In  the body of the email, let them know that they should visit this URL for program  information and updates.  information and updates Make sure your participants know they simply need to type your site URL into  their web browser to visit the site.  Also, remind them to add your site URL to  their “bookmarks” or “favorites” so they can get to your site at any time in the  their “bookmarks” or “favorites” so they can get to your site at any time in the future with just a click.  Finally, email the heads of any organizations your program is a part of (town rec departments, schools, leagues, associations, etc).  Request that the organization  director mention your new site in an email to all organization participants.   
  3. 3. #2 ‐ Post a Link Try to have the link to your website posted on other websites that are related to  your sports program.  For example, high school coaches should tell their athletic  directors to post a link on the school website, and tournament organizers  should tell their association directors to post a link on the association s regional  should tell their association directors to post a link on the association’s regional website.  To get your link posted on the websites of other organizations, you should simply  email the heads of the organizations, and say something along the lines of, “Hey,  il h h d f h i i d hi l h li f “H we just got a new website.  Would you please place our link on the site for  Program X?  Our link is YOURORGANIZATIONNAME.   Thanks.”
  4. 4. #3 ‐ Update Your E‐Signature Add your website link at the bottom of your  signature on all outgoing emails; there  should be a  signature option within your should be a “signature” option within your  email service (Gmail, etc) that lets you  automatically do this for all emails sent 
  5. 5. #4 ‐ Use Social Networks Set up a Facebook page for your  sports program if  you haven’t  already; add your  website link in the  website link in the “About” section Set up a Twitter  account for your  sports program if  sports program if you haven’t  already; add your  website link to the  Profile fil
  6. 6. #5 – Use Flyers Have your website URL written at the  Have your website URL written at the bottom of any flyers or forms your  program creates For example: sign‐up forms, rules  forms, event flyers, etc , y ,
  7. 7. Start Spreading Your New Site Today! Get a Facebook Get a Facebook Page!/help/?page=175 Get a Twitter Account‐twitter‐basics Contact us with any questions:  | 908‐591‐5448