With the recent release of RaceInsights, we are giving customers in depth insight into how your marketing efforts are being received. But how is your race doing compared with others? What can you learn from others? In February, we will be releasing the Second Edition of our Race Trends analysis at Running USA that looks […]
We released a major step forward with our Race Analytics engine today – showing web referral sources for Registrations and Transaction Dollars. This is all built on our big RunSignUp Analytics engine that is tracking each click that happens on your race website. Just like Google Analytics, we are tracking the web referral source – […]
As promised last week, transaction dollars are now showing in the dashboard: And, there is attribution for where the registration came from for Emails. As the note says, web referrals (the website source like Facebook, Google or RunningintheUSA.com) will be coming soon! In the above example, we know that $1,315 was processed on 84 registrations […]
MattMo just sent me this email: We are working on the next steps of the RunSignUp Analytics platform. That is our new platform that is showing those cool graphs about pageviews and email registrations. We should be releasing Transaction $’s tomorrow. The really, really cool thing that is now working under the covers is tracking […]
We have expanded our RunSignUp Analytics Platform to show registrations tied to each email. This will show you in detail how each email you send, and each automated email that is sent (price increases and incomplete registrations for example) performs. This type of analysis will be extended over the coming months to also include transaction […]
We have released E-mails as the first source tracking for registrations in our RunSignUp Analytics platform – the equivalent of Google Analytics customized for races. This gives race directors new levels of visibility into their promotional efforts that were unavailable before. And it is easy and automated. If you click the green line in the […]
We are beginning to roll out the ability for races to see where their pageviews (and soon their registrations and transactions $ are coming from. This is all driven by our RunSignUp Analytics engine that tightly integrates promotion and web analytic data to your race registration data. This initial release shows the raw website URL […]
We have added time selectors and a summary count for Pageviews to the Promotion Dashboard. We will have other goodies in time for the RunSignUp Symposium next week! This is all based on our new RunSignUp Analytics engine.
Starting today, photo views are now being tracked on a per location basis with the new RunSignUp Analytics engine.
We are starting to roll out our new Race Promotion Dashboard combined with our RunSignUp Analytics. While this will become very powerful over time, this initial release is very cool. This chart today only shows the number of Pageviews by day using the data we are collecting via the new RunSignUp Analytics engine underneath our […]
We released RunSignUp Analytics for Sponsor only 12 days ago. This gives sponsors a view on how many times their logo has been displayed on a page on the race website. For example, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum Run/Walk this past weekend shows the total number of page views for their sponsors (which are displayed […]
Thanks to our new RunSignUp Analytics, we can now show the number of sponsor logo views on a per sponsor basis. This now includes counting the sponsor watermarks on photo views. In this example, Lacas is the sponsor with their watermark on the photos, and the number of views is much greater: Note the View […]
The first step of RunSignUp Analytics has been released into production. As the name implies, this is similar to Google Analytics for races using the RunSignUp platform. Over time it will collect and process all of the web interactions that your participants have with your race – and correlate it with the things that are […]