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RunSignUp Registration-Web Tracking Update

RunSignUp has always strived to provide races using any web tracking system with the most accurate conversion data possible, supporting over a dozen different types of conversion codes and providing extensive Google Analytics support. With a recent update, RunSignUp has taken another step forward in its web tracking capabilities, providing even more information to web tracking... Continue Reading →

Fifth Third River Bank Run Brings Innovation!

This past weekend, the Fifth Third River Bank Run offered RaceJoy’s live tracking and cheers as an extra service for participants and spectators. The technology was highly embraced with a usage rate of almost 40% of the race's finishers taking advantage of RaceJoy’s interactive race day features across all courses. The 39th Annual River Bank Run... Continue Reading →

Maine Coast Offers RaceJoy for a Second Year!

The Shipyard Maine Coast Marathon will be held this weekend, Friday, May 13th through Sunday, May 15th, at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. The race offers a variety of course options, including a marathon, a half marathon, a half marathon relay and a back-to-back 39.3 Mile Challenge. Both are sold out with... Continue Reading →

ReDirect WebPage Questions Button

We have added an option to our Race Director Contact button we put on Race Websites. This option allows the race to redirect the button to your own race contact page. This is set up in the Miscellaneous Settings Page on the Race Director Dashboard: We have also added a partner level setting that will... Continue Reading →

Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon Offers Two Forms of Runner Tracking

The Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and Mini Marathon had two forms of runner tracking available at this Saturday’s event: race-timed progress alerts delivered via text messages and live continuous tracking and GPS alerts with RaceJoy’s GPS tracking.  Participants and spectators paid 99 cents for RaceJoy’s features. People are clearly adopting RaceJoy’s advanced tracking with more... Continue Reading →

RunSignUp and Google Analytics (Part Two)

So you’ve read about RunSignUp and Google Analytics and you realize how helpful it can be to track the web traffic related to your event. You’ve added your Google Analytics information to your RunSignUp race but you’ve got your own race website and are either linking to RunSignUp for registration, or are using the RunSignUp... Continue Reading →