Tue.Dec 10, 2019

How Your Association Can Support Women on the Path to Leadership

WBT Systems

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Year in Review: Most Popular Blog Posts of 2019

Moery Company

There were common themes weaved through the most popular blog posts that resonated with you this year. You’re thinking more and more about your association as a business and less as a non-profit of years past.

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Give Members the Gift of In-Person Conversation

Associations Now

Individual face time feels like a precious commodity these days, which makes it an especially meaningful way to interact with members. This year, one association executive’s “conversation tour” generated new ideas for serving her members better.

The 5 Google Analytics Reports to Master

Association Adviser

Navigating the sea of info that Google Analytics offers? CDK Global’s Colleen Harris focuses on 5 Google reports that will best help association marketers. The post The 5 Google Analytics Reports to Master appeared first on Association Adviser. Features Technology Digital Summit Google Analytics

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.

CompTIA Teams With Technical Training Group to Build New Career Paths

Associations Now

The IT industry group will collaborate with the Association for Career and Technical Education to create new opportunities for workforce development in a field that’s looking to fill a skills gap.

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Daily Buzz: Creating Real Change Within Your Association

Associations Now

It’s one thing to say things have to change, it’s another to take action. Also: Two festive ways to engage members during the holiday season. As times change, so must your association.

HubSpot vs SharpSpring for Associations: A Head to Head Comparison

HighRoad Solution

The top challenge associations reported with data was the difficulty in tracking it to marketing campaign results (often called data or campaign attribution). This makes marketing automation a must-have for associations.

Mark Your Calendar! Q1-2020 Training Opportunities & Events


I’ll forego lamenting over how it’s already December (ok real quick — how??) and dive right into it: let’s talk training and trade shows for January, February, and March of 2020! We’re looking forward to a new year of helping to enhance your product knowledge and saying “HI!!”

Fulfill your association’s wish list with Nimble AMS

Nimble AMS

You don’t need to be Santa to deliver your staff’s favorite gifts this year. What’s on your list this holiday season? Here are three items that Nimble AMS can take from dream to reality.

Leveraging Online Donor Engagement: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

Beth Kanter

Guest Post by Sarah Tedesco, Executive Vice President of DonorSearch. As a member of a nonprofit fundraising team, you always have your eyes on a fundraising goal and are working to improve your online donor engagement strategy. .

The world might change; here’s why our content strategy doesn’t

Association Success

How should association communicators balance the needs of their business, the priorities of their organization’s leaders and the resources at their disposal? Who are their audiences, and what do they need in their lives as members – or prospective members? And what matters most when it comes time to measure success? Those are the types of questions we were asking at The Ohio Society of CPAs as we thought about our content. We wanted to know: What content we should create and distribute.

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We Know We Have to Change, Now We Actually Have to Do It

Smooth The Path

Knowing that disruption is coming and that flexible, agile innovation is the path toward stability is different than doing something about it. In almost every industry, professionals are acutely aware that things in the next 5 years, 10 years, 20 years will not be the same. Regulations are getting more stringent. Organizations are consolidating. Technology is displacing workers. Moves overseas are dislocating professional jobs. The future looks murky at best. We hear this.