Author archive for Justin at PoolDues

  • Using Facebook to get new members to your neighborhood pool or club

    Using Facebook to get new members to your neighborhood swim and tennis club

    Use Facebook effectively by creating both a Page and Group for your club. Then link the two!

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  • Member Check in kiosk for neighborhood pool app thumb

    Georgetown Rec is Boosting Check-In’s with a Kiosk

    Watch some video of our iPad kiosk in action running the Pool Dues Member Check In app.

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  • Use Paypal for your neighborhood pool

    Using Paypal? Great! Now use it better

    Fortunately, more neighborhood pools and clubs are starting to take Paypal for their member dues. The problem now: your club…

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  • iPad kiosk for member check ins - Recommended Settings

    Recommended iPad Settings to use our Member Check In app in Kiosk Mode

    Once your pool or club has decided to invest in an iPad and a secure locking kiosk case, you’ll just…

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  • Member Check In App - Kiosk mode for Front of Pool

    Add a Member Check In Kiosk to your Neighborhood Pool or Club

    You can now enter a special login (provided by us), to enable “Kiosk Mode”. This allows your neighborhood pool /…

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  • Summer Games for your Neighborhood Pool

    Summer Games for your Neighborhood Pool

    Let’s talk Summer Games! Spend a little social budget this year on ramping up the game collection.

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  • How much are custom printed Pool wristbands

    Partnering with other neighborhood pools to make $7500 or more in extra guest fees.

    Read how a pool pump breaking led to a fun week of inter-club mingling, and inspired the idea of a…

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  • Can your pool put up permanent street signs around the neighborhood

    Can your pool put up permanent street signs around the neighborhood

    Not all swim and tennis clubs are at the front gate of a neighborhood. My neighborhood is HUGE, and technically…

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  • Fundraise a kegerator for your neighborhood pool

    Why a Kegerator is the Perfect Crowd-Funded Purchase for a Pool or Tennis Club

    Read how a Pool Dues club raised money in a little over a week for their club’s kegerator, why the…

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  • How to Get Free Stuff for Your Neighborhood Pool

    We got them signed up just in the nick of time for opening weekend!

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