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Balancing Traditional and Trending Member Communications

Association Adviser

This year’s Association Communications Benchmarking Study showed us that traditional forms of member communication – live events and print media – continue to be popular among associations and their members. Live events remain the No.

3 Ways to Strengthen Communication Using Smart Member Data

Higher Logic

Member engagement drives retention, and communication is the key to boosting engagement. Data-driven and unified communication strategies are the best way to ensure you and your members get the most out of your program. Ensure effective communication with member self-service options.

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Member Retention through Communications

Association Adviser

The ability to communicate effectively is crucial to making sure the members of your association understand all that you offer. Associations like the NRCA send frequent surveys to help them better understand their members’ communication preferences.

No more masses for association marketers

Aaron Wolowiec

As some of you may know, Event Garde sends a monthly e-newsletter. Email marketers: Does this sound familiar? 1 tool for marketing among associations. A new report by Informz may help marketers decide. Remember that newsletter I referenced?

No more masses for association marketers

Aaron Wolowiec

As some of you may know, Event Garde sends a monthly e-newsletter. Email marketers: Does this sound familiar? 1 tool for marketing among associations. A new report by Informz may help marketers decide. Remember that newsletter I referenced?

Managing the Communications Plan for Your Association’s Virtual Event

Protech

By Heather Hughes, Marketing Communications Specialist. After shifting away from an in-person customer celebration at the Four Seasons in Baltimore due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Protech Associates’ Fusion 2020 Customer Conference surpassed all previous attendance numbers for the event.

Does Your Member Communication Tell Your Association?s Story Well?

Association Adviser

I love telling stories because they communicate who I am, what I do, and how I relate to others. Does your member communication convey who your association is, what you do and how it relates to members? Let members get to know other members through your communications.

8 Practical Ways to Boost Engagement with Mobile Event Apps

Higher Logic

Businesses can tap into this potential with a mobile app for their events. Meeting and conference attendees increasingly expect ways to engage organizers, presenters, and each other – from the moment they register until months after the event. Mobile Event Apps: No Laptop?

The makings of marketing mavens

Aaron Wolowiec

I served as director of communications for an association for four years – and I loved every minute of it. I was all things communications, media relations and public relations. But marketing? True, we launched our first official marketing campaign a couple years into the job.

Results-driven Event Marketing for the Discerning Attendee

Association Adviser

Report, commissioned by the Convention Industry Council (now the Events Industry Council) and researched by PwC, participant volume at meetings and events increased by 10 percent between the years of 2009 and 2012. To whom does the content need to be communicated? By Scott D.

Results-driven Event Marketing for the Discerning Attendee

Association Adviser

Report, commissioned by the Convention Industry Council (now the Events Industry Council) and researched by PwC, participant volume at meetings and events increased by 10 percent between the years of 2009 and 2012. Capturing your industry’s slice of this pie requires, among other tactics, results-driven event marketing. This type of marketing occurs in three distinct phases: pre-planning, implementation and post-activity. How will the content be communicated?

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How to Recover, Relaunch, and Rebound Your Association

Moery Company

Here’s some tips on how to do just that in the areas of communications, virtual events, and sponsorships. Communications. Our newsletter open rate is up 20% and our click through rate has gone up to 22%. Sponsorship for Virtual Events.

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Back to Basics: Make Member Communication Useful, Accessible and Engaging to Earn More Revenue

Association Adviser

Thankfully, there are varied approaches to increase non-dues revenue (NDR) from member communication. Member communication platforms can range from an association’s official website, magazine, newsletter or directory, and serve as channels for advertiser support.

Daily Buzz: Communicate Value Regularly

Associations Now

Colleen Bottorff writes on the MemberClicks blog that instead of working hard to convince potential members of your value in occasional recruitment campaigns, you should show it to them continuously through your regular communications.

Associations Increasingly Adopting Communications Popular in Mainstream Life, But Do Members Care?

Association Adviser

The 2018 Association Communications Benchmarking Study results show the needs for a balanced approach to technology and tradition as association communicators strive to keep members’ attention. What did association professionals reveal about the state of their communications this year?

Don’t Let These Member Communication Culprits Derail Your Association’s Content

Association Adviser

According to the recently published Association Communications Benchmarking Study , an overwhelming percentage (84 percent) of associations believe they are good at creating relevant content in their communications. We know our communications. Association events.

Why an Annual Content Plan is Paramount to Member Communication Success

Association Adviser

Part 3 of our 2017 Association Communications Benchmarking Study series. Our annual Association Communications Benchmarking Study revealed that nearly 50 percent of survey respondents say they have a single strategy for communicating with all members: Why is this bad?

Building Buy-In for an Online Community at Your Association

Higher Logic

Where community fits in: Deepen member relationships year-round , not just at meetings or events. Once you know who’s at risk, you use automated campaigns to send timely, personalized member communications to those members. Increase event registration and participation.

Why an Annual Content Plan is Paramount to Member Communication Success

Association Adviser

Part 3 of our 2017 Association Communications Benchmarking Study series. Our annual Association Communications Benchmarking Study revealed that nearly 50 percent of survey respondents say they have a single strategy for communicating with all members: Why is this bad?

24+ Free Webinars for Nonprofits: October 2010

Wild Apricot

October 2010 is notable for the variety of topics in the free nonprofit webinars on schedule – both recurring events and special one-time opportunities for professional development. If you don’t find exactly the kind of training you’re looking for today, do check back here as the month goes on – any late-arriving webinar announcement will be added in the comments thread, below.

Reaching Out To Global Markets Through Meetings & Events.

GlowGlobally

Market & Biz Plan. Penetrating or Expanding Global Markets through Meetings » Jul. Reaching Out To Global Markets Through Meetings & Events. Categories: MARCOM , Market & Bus Planning , Meetings. Emerging Market- Middle East.

20+ Free Webinars for Nonprofits: September 2010

Wild Apricot

Tags: Non-profit technology General non-profit interest Fundraising nptech Marketing Best practices Volunteers E-mail marketing events Social networking case studies Non-profit Communications websites training Membership management Donor management webinar software social media newsletters

Do Your Members Hear You? Tips for Promoting Your Member Communications

Association Adviser

Providing relevant and engaging content for members should always be at the top of an association’s communication strategy. In our 2017 Association Benchmarking Survey, “communicating member benefits effectively” was reported as the No. Promote Member Communications as a Member Benefit.

Competing in the Digital Age

Moery Company

This new digital age of communication is set up for organic, new, fast-moving, and authentic communications. These characteristics are the antithesis of communicating in today’s digital world. Business Practices Communications Marketing

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Membership Marketing on a Shoestring

Thanks For Playing

I'm presenting on the topic above at the Events By Design Small Staff Association workshop today, and while it's too late to join us, I thought I could share my best membership marketing tips for small staff associations (aka "the handout") with everyone. Find a complimentary organization or two, and swap member lists, swap magazine ads, swap e-newsletter promotions, swap banner ads, swap conference attendance/booths/speaking spots, etc. Proof read all written communications.

Build a Strong Foundation for Your Communications with an Editorial Content Plan

Association Adviser

This holds particularly true for your association’s print and digital communications. It’s essential for your association to have a clearly defined editorial content strategy if you want to reach your communications goals. Extend the Life of Your Event with Content That Lasts All Year.

Turn Your Association Event Into an Incredible Content Powerhouse

Association Adviser

Is your association taking advantage of all the event-related content that your annual conference generates? Planning a large, industry-leading event can be quite the undertaking, and nearly every association knows that the months leading up to an annual conference can be a bit daunting.

What to include in your membership marketing plan

Optimist Consulting

I was delighted to recently present at CHASE on how to develop your membership marketing strategy and plan. Events. Face to face: At stakeholder meetings, member events, or industry networking events. Advertising: In print media, inserts at events and online advertising.

A look back at 2015

Aaron Wolowiec

As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s time for us at Event Garde to reflect on the many things for which we’re thankful. Here’s a look at 2015: Marketing and Communications. Next month, we’ll be discussing how to implement our marketing and communications plan.

Did You Know? Associations Plan to Rake in More Revenue from Publications, Events and Continuing Ed

Association Adviser

Non-dues revenue is often an essential component of an association’s operating budget, allowing staff to produce high-caliber member communications, events and continuing education programs. Live events continue to be a primary source of non-dues revenue that associations rely upon.

Friday Buzz: Keep Your Nonprofit Communications Relevant

Associations Now

If your newsletter isn’t on target with your readers, these tips might help. Your board may represent your members’ interests, but that doesn’t mean your board is the target audience for your newsletter.

The Secret to Marketing Your Community: Show, Don't Tell

Higher Logic

Now, to be able to successfully communicate this value requires a certain degree of empathy with your members, as well as the humility to examine and admit where you or your organization has dropped the ball. Does your organization have a newsletter?

Don’t rely on one form of communications for your association

SCD Group

Ohio State recognizes 50 years of varsity ice hockey One common theme among association professionals: frustration about communication with members and prospects. I just experienced poor communications of an event designed to include me and my teammates.

The Young Professional – Tracking down the Future Leaders of Your Association

Association Adviser

Part 4 of our 2017 Association Communications Benchmarking Study series. This year, more than 50 percent of associations said that engaging young professionals is one of their Top 5 communication challenges. 28 percent somewhat customize communications for this group.

Tuesday Buzz: Boost Your Membership With Effective Communication

Associations Now

Plus: Long live newsletters! Edelman President and CEO Richard Edelman has long been a leader in the public relations world, and his comments at a recent event at De Paul University may be of particular interest to association pros.

Moving Forward: How to Recover, Relaunch, and Rebound – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 234

Moery Company

This week we’re covering topics that association leaders should be focusing on when it comes to communications, virtual events, and sponsorships. Communications. Our newsletter open rate is up 20% and our click through rate has gone up to 22%. Communications.

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8 Tips to Write Emails Your Association Members Will Open

Higher Logic

If your target audience has opted into your communications, the open rate should be on the higher end. Follow our tips to improve your association’s email open rate and boost member engagement, building a stronger communications strategy along the way.

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Print is Alive and Kicking

Association Adviser

According to Naylor’s 2018 Association Communications Benchmarking Survey , print magazines have been the second most-valued communication channel (behind conferences and networking events) for two years now. Top 3 Print Communication Channels: Member magazine. Newsletter.

Inbound Marketing’s Potential for Membership

Associations Now

As marketing technology advances and member habits evolve, the power of inbound marketing continues to grow. That’s inbound marketing in a nutshell, but clearly it doesn’t do justice to the work it takes to make it successful. executing their own marketing.

Communicating Your Conference Value Proposition To A Short Attention Span World

Velvet Chainsaw

As the digital wheel accelerates, we find ourselves buried in a tsunami of information… emails, texts, blog posts, newsletters, whitepapers, podcasts, apps. Adapted from Donna’s Meeting Innovation post on Cvent’s Event Planning blog.