Wed.Dec 04, 2019

PODCAST | Association Hustle – Episode 212: What’s in Your Membership Toolbox

Moery Company

There is a handful of fundamental “items” that need to be in your association’s membership toolbox. Listen in as JP Moery, president of The Moery Company, explains the three main items you should focus on for successful membership recruitment and management.

Avoid Downtime: Four Tactics to Prevent Digital Disruption for Your Website

Associations Now

Whether on Giving Tuesday, during your annual meeting, or at any other time of the year, website downtime can be a real pain. Check out a list of suggestions on how to keep things safe. Of all the times for Costco’s website to go down, Thanksgiving might have been the worst.

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3 End-of-Year Questions to Ask Yourself

MembersClicks

December is here, and while it’s a good time for many things (ice skating, sipping hot chocolate, cozying up by the fire), it’s also a good time for reflecting. association leadership Association Views

Trends That Are Changing the Office Holiday Party

Associations Now

The office holiday party is a staple for many associations. But in the era of #MeToo and with some employees preferring to forgo a traditional celebration, more employers are switching things up to provide a better experience for everyone.

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.

Style Grabs Attention/Substance Wins Hearts—A Website Content Strategy Makes It Happen

.orgCommunity

Animation, riveting images and a contemporary color palate get you noticed. But a content strategy is the secret to giving your audience a more meaningful relationship with your website, your brand and your organization. A website redesign is a significant investment in resources.

Smaller Loaves: Lessons on Adapting to Your Audience From the Bread Industry

Associations Now

Bread-makers are baking smaller loaves due to shifting consumer preference. It’s an interesting solution to a problem that reflects the ways that you might need to adapt to your own audience. As it turns out, the greatest thing since sliced bread might be a little less sliced bread.