After holding in depth discussions with hundreds of organizations across the country, we have put together a report on some of the best ways leading organizations have increased their revenue. It should be mentioned that not every practice we mention here is a perfect fit for your organization. Our goal is for you can take some inspiration from these ideas and find a way to innovate and build your own new best practices.
We welcomed a legend to our basketball camp the other day. Walt "Clyde" Frazier from the New York Knicks came to our camp to speak with the kids, and share some tips and pointers on basketball, life, and everything in between.
In today’s day and age, technology is at the forefront of almost everything people use in their day to day activities. We use computer programs at work to get tasks done quicker and more efficiently, after work for leisure and news, and everywhere in between. We also walk around with smartphones in our pockets, which acts as a small computer that gets more and more powerful each passing quarter when companies like Apple or Samsung release their latest products. Because everyone depends on those phones these days, having a mobile-friendly platform becomes that much more important.
One of the best marketing tools you could take advantage of is your social media identity. It doesn’t cost money if you don’t want it to, and it gives you access to millions of viewers worldwide if you know what you’re doing. Once you get your name out there, having a successful social media presence can be very helpful for marketing your products, even if you’re not directly selling your business. Here are a few tips on how you can improve your own social media footprint.
If you’re running a recreational sports league, no matter what kind of sport being played, keeping score is extremely important. But did you know that having a digital score book that keeps stats online is possibly just as important? This does require a little extra elbow grease and man power, but the payoff is certainly worth the work.
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Rule number one of real estate is location, location, location. The reason for this is that someone wouldn’t want to buy a space in a bad part of town, no matter how sparkling new or fancy it is. In a similar light, if you’re hosting an event, league, tournament, what have you, location becomes one of the most important things to determine. Let’s take a look at what should go into the thought process of picking your venue
Let’s say you’re running a basketball camp, and you really want to draw in kids and find reasons for their parents to pick your camp over others in the area. There are tons of ideas out there to attract new customers and hold on to those you have already. This can range from offering competitive leagues to the right kind of drills or programming. It could be finding the top of the line facilities or the best coaching. One way that can really draw in the kids’ desire is bringing a professional player to camp.