Moorestown, NJ – RunSignUp has unveiled a new email marketing template that takes advantage of updates in responsive design. RunSignUp’s free email marketing platform, first released in 2015, is integrated with a race’s participant data and CRM to allow race directors and partners to easily contact current and previous participants as well as custom contact lists. The template upgrade provides an updated look and ease-of-use improvements.
The highlights of the new email marketing template include:
- A fully mobile-responsive design with a single email template that looks professional on both desktop and mobile devices
- A sleek new design with prominent placement of call-to-action buttons and updated sponsor logo formatting and layout
- Social media links in the email footer to direct readers to a race’s social media accounts
- The ability to opt-out of automatic template updates, ensuring that a race does not lose any customizations they have made
The new email templates are available on the RunSignUp email marketing system immediately, and can be accessed by RunSignUp customers simply by choosing the RunSignUp default when setting up an email. The new templates, along with a general review of RunSignUp’s email marketing functionality, will be covered by the RunSignUp Webinar Series on Wednesday, 11/14. Registration for the webinar can be found here: https://resources.runsignup.com/webinar-email-marketing/
RunSignUp’s expertly crafted, all-in-one technology solution for endurance events powers the entire race lifecycle and elevates endurance and fundraising communities. The RunSignUp solution is built on a powerful, fully-integrated CRM and provides event organizers with the flexibility to create unique race experiences. RunSignUp products include promotional tools like email marketing and free race websites, a registration pathway, a full fundraising platform, management systems for clubs, volunteers, and sponsors, and a suite RaceDay tools – including the runner-tracking app, RaceJoy, and the next generation race timing software, RaceDay Scoring. More than 16,000 races use RunSignUp to manage their events and register more than 4 million participants each year.