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We all need constructive feedback to improve and get better. At RaceDirector, we are in the process of creating a survey right now. That got us thinking, every race should always have a post-race survey. As we worked to craft our customer survey, we thought it might be helpful to share some tips on how to properly construct your survey to get the feedback you need.
Having solid local participation and support for your race is important. At RaceDirector, we know you need the local running community to support your event. Not only are these people your participants, but they are also the business owners who may provide sponsorship or be your volunteer base. Maybe the way to grow your event and have it stand out is to broaden the geographic appeal and look for an opportunity to turn your event into a runcation.
Many people today have a love-hate relationship with social media. Even if you mostly fall on the hate side of that equation, you should still create some proper exposure and engagement to ensure you are reaching your targeted audience. Today, we will help you navigate the fast moving water that is Social Media.
You work hard to create a great event that stands out in a crowded calendar of races and other events. The job of promoting your event means finding a way to be heard in the noisy space of websites, social media, and other communication channels. You should definitely cover all your bases and do some or all of these things. An avenue you may not have considered is the use of Ambassadors and Referrals.
When putting on a race, there are hundreds of decisions to be made along the way. Some are necessary and fairly insignificant. Others can be very impactful and directly affect the experience of your participants. Each runner will hold your bib in their hand and pin it to their shirt on race day. In the RaceDirector blog today, we will give you some tips on how to choose wisely.