Mon.May 13, 2019

How to Set Realistic Member Acquisition Goals

Moery Company

IStock/Credit: SZepy. First of all, don’t leave member acquisition decisions to your board or the membership committee. Trust me. Here’s what can happen….

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Event Management Software: 43 First-Rate Tools for Any Organization [2019 Update]

Wild Apricot

If you’re looking to managing your events easier, here’s a list of 43 event management software tools that can help you out from mobile apps to all-in-one solutions

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Will Your Association’s Credentials Become an Alternative to College?

WBT Systems

Will Your Association’s Credentials Become an Alternative to College? Read more about Will Your Association’s Credentials Become an Alternative to College


Everybody’s Due-ing It! Ideas to Drive Non-Dues Revenue

Blue Sky eLearn

Associations are always looking for new and creative ways to drive additional non-dues revenue. At a recent Association SIG Summit, Blue Sky Client Success Manager, Kara Adams, joined a group of association executives as they crowdsourced ideas to drive non-dues revenue.

AMC-Managed Organizations are More Stable than Standalone Organizations

Why do organizations managed by Association Management Companies outperform standalone organizations? This paper seeks to answer that question through the results of a study examining the rates of change in the length of chief staff executive tenure and changes in office locations of membership-based organizations between 2009 and 2015.

Strategies to Grow Membership: Data-Driven Insights and Marketing

HighRoad Solution

Every hour of every day, data is accumulating in the depths of your tech stack. If you can make sense of this data, you'll find everything you need to increase membership, build engagement and offer the kind of programming that your members desperately want. But how do you turn data into insight?

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Daily Buzz: Relaunch Your Online Community

Associations Now

Is your online community inactive or failing to meet goals? It might be time for an update. Also: leaders’ role in career development. Launching an online community is one challenge, and relaunching a community is another.

The Skills You Teach: Are Soft Skills Included?


A major benefit of your organization is likely professional development: providing your members with educational opportunities to help them stay sharp and ahead of the curve.

We’re Getting Just a Little Closer to a Password-Free Future

Associations Now

In the past half-decade, efforts to bring alternatives to the traditional password approach have picked up steam—thanks in no small part to the FIDO Alliance, which is playing the long game.

5 Reasons to Stop Booth 602 at MMCC


Three reasons to stop by MemberSuite's booth (#602) at the 2019 ASAE Membership, Marketing & Communications Conference. Come see us

Scientific Associations: The Supply of Helium Is Getting Lighter

Associations Now

As a major specialty retail chain runs into problems with its helium supplies, so too is the scientific community, which is drawing attention to a shortage that’s causing more than birthday party woes.

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When You Lose Your Job

Association Success

How can you be resilient in the face of job loss? In Washington D.C., we often define our identity through our jobs as association executives. But what happens, as happened to me last year, when you lose that job and are suddenly looking for a new position? Well you go through the stages of grief (you know the stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance). In order to get through those as quickly as possible, you need resilience.

Survey: IT Execs Eyeing the CEO Role, But Not Right Away

Associations Now

While more than half of chief technology officers surveyed by Korn Ferry expressed chief executive ambitions, most believed the role wouldn’t be the next step in their careers.