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WELCOME TO CLUBRUNNER As a new subscriber to the ClubRunner Network, we want you to get the most out of your site. To help you out, we have created resources to help you setup, launch and maintain your ClubRunner site successfully. This Getting Started ...
Now, you'll find out how to get your membership information uploaded to your new ClubRunner site. Submit your member data When you order ClubRunner, you can send us your member data in Excel format, and we will upload this information to your site on y...
In this step, we'll learn about your new site's web page address, also known as a domain or URL. You'll learn about ClubRunner's default domains, and how to acquire a custom domain of your own. Default domain names During the setup of your ClubRunner si...
In this step, you will check that your club executives and directors are listed properly, as well as your committees. This information will be used to populate your homepage, and is key to properly connecting with visitors to your webpage. DEFINE YOUR E...
In this step, we'll learn about how your club website can be synchronized and integrated with Rotary International. INTEGRATING YOUR DATABASE  Once your membership records are fully uploaded to ClubRunner and you have checked their accuracy, you can ch...
Before launching your site to your membership, you may want to populate your home page with some up-to-date content. With ClubRunner you can easily post stories and photos. You can also customize the front page with your preferred layout, theme, banner an...
Now that you have set up your site with contents and updated all your membership information, you can launch the site. Your members can then login and help your club site achieve its full potential. There are a number of ways to get the word out. EMAIL ...