How To Perfect Your Registration Setup

Setting up a registration can be a daunting task. There needs to be a lot of information collected, waivers signed, payments, and more. Many times, there are details left out of registrations that just make your job harder in the future. To some, a simple registration that collects payment and the name of a player will be all they need. But, every registration is different. Here are a few tips on how to perfect your registration setup!

1. Take your time.

Building a good registration doesn’t need to be a one-and-done task. Stretch out the building process over a few days, give yourself time to think of new data points and information that you’ll need to collect. This can also ease the stress of rushing and trying to quickly build a half-fledged registration. Setting some time aside and using the Sports Office 365 Registration Checklist is a great way to stay on top of your job!

2. Think of past mistakes and missing information.

It’s very easy to build what seems like a perfect registration that can be used over and over again; until the time comes to order uniforms and you realized you didn’t collect sizes. Look at past forms you’ve built and learn from what you’ve done in the past. Another option is reaching out to others or consulting online help to see what some of the most simple yet important information is that you may be missing.

3. Marketing your registration

Building a good registration is more than just adding in a few forms and then letting it sit. Registration is a constantly active program. Marketing your registration is going to be more in-depth than building the actual form; and arguably, more important. Marketing, whether it be social media, email, or any other preferred method: is an easy way to boost up your exposure. The more people you market to, the more registrants you’ll get. Be sure to set a good amount of time aside and plan to market far in advance.

4. Keep it simple

A well-designed registration is simple. There is no need for elaborate steps or forms that take more than 10 minutes to complete. The more user-friendly, the better!

5. Run Tests!

Perhaps one of the most forgotten about steps in this process is testing the actual process. The last thing you want is to go into your registration platform a week after it opened only to see nothing has been working the whole time. Set time aside to run through it yourself, have friends, and others test it for you. The more testing and tweaking you do, the easier it’ll be on you in the end.

Building a good registration doesn’t need to be hard. Set some time aside market, run tests. The more time and attention you set aside to building a good form, the easier it’ll be on your parents, and your future self!

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Sports Office 365’s Mission

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Virtual Sports Administration Services Company Launches in the Evergreen State

The virtual administration services company, Sports Office signs a service agreement with North County Alliance(NCA). North County Alliance is based in Whatcom County, Washington. Additionally, the club is a recreational and competitive club known for its competitiveness and cost-friendliness. NCA’s goals include:

  • Creating an option tailored for the multi-sport athlete to play competitive soccer in Whatcom County
  • Educating and developing young players, focusing on skill development through technical and skills training. 
  • Encouraging team unity, success principles, and a winning attitude that can apply in all areas of life.
  • Attracting like-minded soccer coaches who are knowledgeable and understanding the game of soccer. Who are equally passionate about the physical, mental, and emotional development of the youth athlete.
  • Providing a proven path to higher-level opportunities for elite players who are committed to full development.

NCA’s MISSION

North County Alliance Football Club is a nonprofit soccer club with the State of Washington, uniquely dedicated to the growth of youth soccer in our area. 

NCA Mission Statement:

Create THE soccer club of choice in Whatcom County that creates a competitive culture where multi-sport athletes can thrive. At the same time, fostering a lifelong love of the game.  

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Sports Office 365 owns and operates Soccer Office. Furthermore, both companies function as virtual assistant services and virtual administration services. Soccer Office offers a full-time call center, marketing services, Full-Time sports registrar, sports websites, business development, accounts receivable collections which we provide to SAVE YOU TIME, MONEY, and effort. For a complete list of our services please visit https://sportsoffice365.com/services/. If your club has an interest in our services please click this link to set up an appointment to speak with our Director of Business Development, Sam https://calendly.com/samc8

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Introducing Springs Soccer Club – a new club in Coral Springs, FL

Springs Soccer Club is a newly established club in the Coral Springs, Florida area.

Soccer Office is pleased to announce our newest client, Springs Soccer Club. Springs Soccer Club is recreational soccer and competitive soccer club based out of Coral Springs, Florida. We are happy to sign a deal with our 5th club out of Florida. Wow! Those Floridians love some soccer!

Sign with Soccer Office today!

Soccer Office is owned by Sports Office 365. Both companies function as virtual assistant services and virtual administration services. Soccer Office offers a full-time call center, marketing services, Full-Time sports registrar, sports websites, business development, accounts receivable collections which all are offered to SAVE YOU TIME, MONEY, and effort. For a complete list of our services please visit https://sportsoffice365.com/services/. If your club is interested in our services please click this link to set up an appointment to speak with our Director of Business Development, Sam https://calendly.com/samc8

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