Wed.Feb 17, 2021

Minimizing Lapsed Members: 5 Tactics to Try

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Member lapses are normal, and to an extent, inevitable. But many of them CAN be prevented — with the right strategy in place. Need help minimizing lapsed members at your organization? Try out these tactics: Association Views

Forward-Thinking Membership Models for Associations

Nimble AMS

Subscription models are all the rage these days. Almost everything is sold as a subscription today – from razors to exercise and clothing. Industries everywhere have begun to adopt subscription models. What about associations?

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Why You Should Prioritize and Plan for Rest

Association Adviser

Relieve burnout though by planning for rest each and every week. Incorporating time to relax is a good way to recharge mentally and physcially. Here's how. The post Why You Should Prioritize and Plan for Rest appeared first on Association Adviser. Features Membership wellness

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[Guest Post] A Realistic Approach to Hybrid Events in 2021

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The following blog post was written by Rich Vallaster , Director of Client Relations & Support at Personify , the leading provider of constituent management software helping associations, nonprofits, and health and wellness organizations of all sizes.

The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

First, you gotta have the data

Effective Database

First, you gotta have the data When I work with clients on a new AMS selection and we're discussing what they want to be able to do with a new system, it's very common to hear something like: "We want to be able to report on a range of demographics about our members." Early on … First, you gotta have the data Read More » Wes's Wednesday Wisdom