Today is the day! We get to see which team gets the invite to join us in LA! We will pick from a list of teams who highly utilize our system and will be invited to join us and a few other coaches at the Golden Goggle Awards in Los Angeles. Also, we are giving away two GoPros to teams who showed great use of TeamFeed over the last few weeks.
As the weekend approaches, there are a lot of opportunities to capture all the little things that make your team unique, fun, and awesome. From poolside antics at practice to podium medals at meets, weekends festivities make it easy to capture and share all the fun that is going on with your team and that is exactly what TeamFeed is all about.
As you might have discovered in your OnDeck application or on your team site, TeamFeed is now live for SwimOffice Pro customers! The first week has been crazy. With over 1,000 posts already created and shared, we can't wait to see how teams will take this new social sharing platform to new heights.
Athletes spend over 95% of their time with your swim team at practice. These are memorable experiences, growth opportunities, and team fun that is mostly forgotten about and often left at practice. Later, when Mom and Dad show up and ask, “How was practice today?” the answer they seem to get is, “Fine.”
You may have seen our most recent blog, SportsEngine.com & NBC Sports Go All-in to Promote Youth Sports Organizations. SportsEngine, TeamUnify's parent company, has a fantastic tool to make it easier for people to find your team. At SportsEngine.com, families can search for a sport they’re interested in joining, their location and child’s gender and age, and then see a list of teams in their area. With the backing of NBC Sports promoting this nationally to encourage participation in youth sports, it is easier than ever for your team to attract new swimmers and families.
This Story Courtesy of SportsEngine
Youth sports organizations need three things to effectively market themselves to their communities: time, money, and experience. But the three things in short supply at most youth sports organizations – many of them run as nonprofits by a handful of volunteer parents – are time, money, and marketing experience.
As September approaches it's time to start preparing for next season, be it creating your team's next online registration and training new board members, or implementing new policies and purchasing the latest workout equipment. Change is never easy, but it can really help teams to grow. This year, we want to help you implement the team management changes that are proven to help your team's finances to stay in the black.
Since its launch, MainSet, TeamUnify's online coaching toolkit, has been accessible by an iOS and online web app at mainset.com. This covered roughly 80% of all users on the TeamUnify platform. We had plans to build the MainSet toolkit for Android users and we are proud to announce it's time. Android users rejoice! MainSet coaching tools are now available for you. However, it may not be where you expect it.
We are excited to announce that TULessons has received a brand new registration interface. Now more intuitive than ever, this new user experience will help streamline your sign up process while helping your team capture more registrations. Simplified and optimized for mobile devices, families will now be able to find, filter and sign up for your lessons programs with ease on any device.
On April 20th, 2017 we launched one of our biggest contests yet. We partnered up with SwimOutlet's Team Division to give away three $500 gift cards to three TeamUnify teams. Teams could get one entry if they got 65% of their families to download and log into OnDeck. They could also get multiple entries into the contest by getting families to put a payment type on file with their teams. They got one entry for their team for each percent increase starting on April 20th, 2017 and ending on June 30th, 2017.