Promoting Your Sports Club Lottery On Your Website For your Sports Club lottery to be a success it is important that you are promoting it on your website, as visibly as possible. There are several ways this can be done; banners on your pages (especially your home page), a page dedicated to the lottery itself and occasional articles regarding the lottery. These
Promoting Your Sports Club Lottery With Social Media Social Media is one of the most important tools in the promotion of your Sports Club Lottery. You can promote your lottery on various social media sites, however the most effective is always Facebook. The reason for this is that it is not only the most popular social media site, but also the preferred
Promoting Your Lottery Through Paid Advertising The best format of paid advertising to promote your lottery is Facebook, closely followed by Google Ads, which we'll look at in this article. The Basics of How it Works (Skip ahead if you already know this!) Generally speaking, Google Ads are a Pay Per Click ("PPC" for short) which means you only pay for adverts
Promoting Your Sports Club Lottery With Direct Marketing Direct marketing can be extremely beneficial for your lottery. While social media and promotion your website requires your supporters to visit certain pages to see them, direct marketing ensures that they will be able to see your promotion. The majority of direct marketing forms have little or no additional costs when you include them
How To Promote Your Club Lottery Online To get the most from your club lottery is it vital that you promote it as often as you are able to. To help get you started we have provided some of the most effective methods to promote online. Website First off it is imperative that your sports club lottery is promoted
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“Playing the Sports Club Lottery is a great way to support your local sports club. It helps us and it could help your favourite club too”
How the Sports Club Lottery Works
Every amateur sports club can raise money from a lottery to help generate extra money to help them grow. But running a lottery is time consuming and has to be done properly. Sports Club Lottery allows clubs to raise money, with all of the administration taken care of and guarantees 50p in every £1 spent will go to the club you choose to support – To put that in context, the National lottery gives just 28p in every £1 to good causes.
Money directly supports your club.
You could win £25,000
50p in every £1 will go straight to your club
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any question about the lottery or need any help, you can contact us directly on 0115 888 1 222, Monday to Friday 9 to 4.30 or email email@example.com
Your club does. Every month they will be transferred the money they raised directly to the clubs bank accounts. From there, it can go towards paying for the clubs costs – be it kit, pitches, equipment or anything else the club needs.
Prize Provision Services administer the lotteries of all the clubs involved. The company is licensed as an External Lottery Manger by the Gambling Commission. You can find out more details by contacting them directly on 0115 888 1 222.
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