Fri.Mar 22, 2019

Association Staff Stretched to the Limit? How to Get More for Your Association Without Breaking Your Team

Association Adviser

The new norm is to have more work to do than can possibly be done with the current level of resources. What can association professionals do to make the most of the resources they have without leading to staff burnout?

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ICANN Proposal Would End Price Caps on.Org Domains

Associations Now

Associations and other tax-exempt groups could find it a lot costlier in the future to renew their website domain names ending if a new contract proposed by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is approved.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.22.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… In a two-part series ( part 1 and part 2 ) on Association Adviser , Jeff De Cagna, FRSA, FASAE, executive advisor for Foresight First LLC, writes about building a future-ready association.

Research for Key Accounts

Moery Company

JP Moery has recently been speaking about his Key Accounts Program, which focuses on the “Big Fish” – those big membership prospects your organization has been trying to recruit but can’t seem to bring across the finish line.

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Daily Buzz: It’s Time for a Needs Assessment

Associations Now

A needs assessment isn’t a once-a-year (or longer!) gig—it’s something your association should be focusing on habitually. Also: networking opportunities for remote employees. When is the last time your association conducted a member needs assessment?

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March udpdate

Wild Apricot

The countdown to PersoniFest 2019 is on! In just under 3 weeks our user conference will kick off in Savannah, Georgia, April 7-10. It’s going to be packed with product training, sessions on marketing and growth , and of course cocktail hours, networking

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Membership Hack: Association StoryCorps

Associations Now

Association members have stories to tell. The American Geophysical Union has enlisted StoryCorps, a nonprofit that collects and archives audio conversations with everyday Americans, to document its members’ accounts of their journeys through science. How to hack it?

American Cable Association Drops the “Cable,” Focuses on Connections

Associations Now

The group, which represents small cable providers, is rebranding to ACA Connects in part because it wanted to put the focus on what its members’ technology does, not what it is. In the world of telecommunications, things are moving so fast that the term “cable” is old hat.