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Understanding your League Website Traffic with Google Analytics

March 1st, 2012

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Tweet So you’ve launched your website, had it indexed with the major search engines and have started to see some activity from your members.  But what next? How do you know what’s working, what’s not? What content are your members clicking on, what is drawing your visitors’ attention, what is causing them to leave, and […]


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SEO Best Practices for your League

February 22nd, 2012

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Tweet When it comes to Search Engine Optimization, I think Ricky Bobby may have said it best, “if you’re not first, you’re last.” And while I may be taking that quote completely out of context, the basic premise still holds true. If you’re not on the first page, let alone the first couple of results, […]


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4 Ridiculously Simple Ways To Promote Your League On Facebook

February 15th, 2012

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Tweet Facebook can be a great tool for league administrators. Over the years, we’ve assisted many of our member leagues in creating their Facebook page, and integrating it into their league website and making sure it’s part of their ongoing marketing efforts. The question then becomes, “What should I be posting on my Facebook Page?”. […]


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How To – Get Your TeamPage Found on Google

May 18th, 2010

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Tweet A common question we’ve been hearing on the support phones these days is “How can people find my site using search engines like Google and Yahoo!?” While search is sophisticated and continually evolving, there are some basic principles and rules of thumb that can make SEO more understandable. There are two main tracts to […]


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Are Sports Values Cross Generational?

February 29th, 2008

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Tweet People are often using the phrase “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” but at the same time children all over the world are doing everything in the power to avoid becoming like their parents. So which one is it? Like father like son? Or is the intergenerational divide becoming more prominent? We […]


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