Arrested Development? A Strategic Approach to Technology Reboots Association Growth

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Somewhere back in the Dark Ages of IT- say two years ago, because that’s how fast the electronic world moves now ¬- we thought about technology as a tool to do business. Technology has made the leap out of the toolbox. And, they are already the most influential group of technology trendsetters. First and most important, when it comes to technology – pay attention. A Strategic Approach to Technology Reboots Association Growth appeared first on orgCommunity.

ICANN Delays Sale of.Org Registry, Asks for More Information

Associations Now

The announced sale of the.org domain to a private equity firm surfaced a lot of debate in the nonprofit and technology spaces in recent weeks. The price of the sale was initially undisclosed, though it was later revealed to be $1.135 billion. “We A number of organizations, including ASAE and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, have called on the Internet Society, which established PIR in 2002, to stop the sale of the top-level domain.

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Email Marketing Trends: What’s Hot in 2017

Associations Now

A number of major media outlets, finding the process of making emails cumbersome and limited as far as data goes, have invested in significant amounts of technology. Simply, it’s cheap: The service allows you to send 62,000 messages each month for free (which is about 12 messages per user each month, if you have 5,000 people on your list), and prices from there are 10 cents per thousand messages.

Big Data: Big Headache or Big Opportunity for Associations?

Association Adviser

If it can, then they will pay a premium price for it—think Dyson (vacuums), iPhone (smartphones) and Nest (thermostats). If you’re taking shortcuts due to staffing, technology or financial resources, then don’t pretend what you’re doing is scientific. Hank Berkowitz, Association Adviser. It seems you can’t go to an industry or association conference these days without seeing Big Data somewhere on the agenda.