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Using the Visual Editor and Selecting Fee Options

Using the Visual Editor and Selecting Fee Options

by on March 29, 2021

Passing along Registrant fees is one approach to managing the economics of your camp with NetCamps. If you choose this option, the processing fees associated with NetCamps and Stripe will be charged to your Registrant as a separate line item. So the price they pay at the time of registration will be the price of…

Send Reminder Emails to Campers Automatically

by on April 24, 2017

NetCamps makes it easy to communicate with your campers. In this post we’re going to take a closer look at our Confirmation Email system, which allows you to automatically send a series of confirmation and reminder emails to campers after they’ve signed up. These email reminders are important for a number of reasons: Remind campers…

Embed Your Camp Registration Form on Your Existing Website

by on January 24, 2017

You can embed the first step of your camp’s registration form directly on your website. This means instead of following a link or button to your NetCamps registration page, campers can now begin the process without leaving your website. Note: this works great with common website frameworks, including WordPress, Squarespace, Weebly and others. If you…

Market Your Camp With Email

Market Your Camp With Email

by on May 23, 2016

If you’ve run camps year after year, you probably already know that sending past camp participants an invitation to your newest camp is a great way to get signups. Chances are, past camp participants are interested in your current camp, or know someone who might be. And email is a great way to stay connected…

Creating Social Media Graphics For Your Camp

Creating Social Media Graphics For Your Camp

by on January 31, 2016

So, you’ve got your camp all set and ready to go. But how do you market it? Even if you’ve been doing this a long time, it’s still important to reach out and let more people know you’re there. And the best way to do that is through social media. Yep. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat…

Is My Liability Waiver Good Enough?

Is My Liability Waiver Good Enough?

by on January 14, 2016

Liability waiver. Release of liability. Whatever you call it, they’re a necessary part of running a camp. But is your waiver going to hold up in court? That’s the question you need to ask when creating one. And while each state has different standards, it’s important to try and cover all the bases to protect…

Online Legal and Liability Forms

Online Legal and Liability Forms

by on May 12, 2014

Did you know that checking an “I agree” box is legally equivalent to a wet signature? It’s true! Thanks to the Electronic Signatures Act of 2000. So, whenever you click “I agree” on Amazon’s or the iTunes million page long user agreement, you’re actually signing a legally binding contract. So, what does this have to do…

Be Excellent!

Be Excellent!

by on April 3, 2014

A highly respected leader remarked recently that mediocrity is fast becoming the byword of our times. Every imaginable excuse is now used to make it acceptable. Budget cuts, time deadlines, majority opinion, and hard-nosed practicality are outshouting and outrunning excellence. Those forces seem to be winning the race. Incompetence and status quo averages are held…

Mixing Up the Snap Count

Mixing Up the Snap Count

by on March 4, 2014

If you watched the playoff game between the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers, you no doubt saw a disproportionate number of neutral zone infractions by the Chargers – seven jumps, and the Broncos caught five of them for a penalty. How did this happen? This is an NFL defense we’re talking about –…