Do you want to promote your race to an international racing audience but don’t know where to begin? This post is full of actionable ideas to get you started.
Learn how to add personal touches to your email campaigns that increase open rates and conversions (i.e. registrations)
We asked Peter Garrett of Serenity Digital to share his tips for designing a functional and attractive race website.
A step-by-step guide for a Facebook campaign targeting runners looking for prep races for major events in your area.
Can Pic2Go’s race photo sharing platform take your sponsorship to the next level and make participants love your event even more? It can do all that and more.
No organiser wants to think about having to cancel a race. But it happens more often than you think. Here’s what to do when it happens to you.
Struggling to find things to to write about during the quiet months between race editions? Here’s a few ideas to get you going.
We asked Jackie Hurd of runlogo.com what makes a good logo and what things to keep in mind when getting one. Here’s her take.
In-kind sponsorship is easier to get than cash sponsorship and often much more effective. Here’s what you should look for and how to grow your sponsorship portfolio.
From event management to document sharing and email marketing, here’s our pick of top tools to boost your productivity
Learn how you can use live video for your race, from setting up a live race broadcast to conducting a live video Q&A and pre-race briefing.
Are you making the most of your registration revenue or leaving money on the table? Implementing a flexible pricing strategy can maximize your race’s revenue.
Read our guide for writing a solid budget plan for your race and download our free Race Budget Template to help you put it together.
Considering a partnership with another race? Find the perfect race partner for your event with these killer strategies and boost your race’s appeal
Our top picks of US nationwide race calendars. List your race for free and get in front of thousands of runners looking for their next challenge.
Our – non-legal – overview of race Terms & Conditions documents: what to look out for and what should go into writing one
Want to promote your race to a global audience? Start by listing your race on these free race directories
A safe race starts with a risk assessment. We explain what a risk assessment is, why you need one and how to prepare it
Are you keen on improving the eco credentials of your race and being good to the environment as well as your race participants? Check out top green tips!
Confused about the difference between Facebook pages vs Facebook events vs Facebook groups? Here’s our guide to help answer your questions.
Organising a race and already have a Facebook page? You can take your race further with these great uses of Facebook groups