Did you download ENDALGO because you want to build your own soccer group or team? Maybe you already have a team, but you want to be more organized. Some people have the difficulty on growing their group. One of the biggest struggles is finding players. Another major problem is finding the proper platform to manage their current group. Organizers should not have to pay a hefty fee to manage their group. ENDALGO offers many free services to help you stay organized. In this post, I will give some advice on how to start building your group.
When creating a group, create a name that is relevant so people will know that you are an credible group. Making names like: “searching for new players”, “messing around”, and “IDK Yet” will most like push people away from joining your group.
If you need a name, you can ask yourself this; if I came across this name, would I be interested? If you say no, then you already know what to do. Making a credible name will give new players the confidence to believe that you are somewhat legit, even if you are a casual group. Check out some of group names that were created ENDALGO.
Share Link & First Event
Use the group share link to send out to some people that you already know. We live in a numbers world, if you only have 1 member, then it’s not as appealing for new people to be interested.
Get your first event listed in your group. By listing at least one event, even if you are a new group, people will be able to see that you are at least trying to get something going.
Do you already know the time and place that you want to meet each week? Use the Recurring event tab to list your games in advance, people will then know that you are consistently planning to play each week. Always remember this, the more information that you provide, the likelihood of someone joining your group will increase.
Did you already receive a few members? Continue sharing your group on ENDALGO, people will naturally grow your group. Just remember that people talk and people know people, who know people, who know people.
Lastly, stay consistent with your group, don’t just assume people will come to your events. If you get lazy and not share the information with them, then don’t expect them to be interested. No one wants to waste their time going somewhere just to see that the event isn’t happening.