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Why Most Organizations Get New Member Onboarding Wrong — and 3 Ways to Do It Right

Wild Apricot

Associations tend to have very robust renewal programs, but meager new member onboarding programs. Here's how you can create a strong new member onboarding program in 3 easy steps

Data Culture: Why Your Organization Should Think Beyond Big Data

Associations Now

Is now the time to remove the term “big data” from your vocabulary and rethink how you can best become a data-driven organization? A recent NewVantage Partners survey lays out a cultural case. You may be using data, but are you integrating data deep into your organization’s DNA?

Why Don’t You Just Meet Me in the Middle?

Association Success

5 Ways Associations Can Show the Love to Mid-Career Professionals It begins innocently enough. Career milestones are reached. You find yourself in conference sessions instructed noticeably below your skill level. The interns at your office look, maybe even are, young enough to be your children. You may not yet be a C-Suite leader, but you’d be kidding yourself attending a Young Professionals happy hour. Welcome to the middle.

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Communications With Hustle – Moery Webinar

Moery Company

The post Communications With Hustle – Moery Webinar appeared first on The Moery Company. Resources

3 Ways to Use Virtual Events to Promote eLearning Programs

Higher Logic

Electronic learning (eLearning) programs have taken on many shapes and sizes over the years, but sometimes it can be hard to drum up excitement for new (or existing) offerings. Why is this? Because learners often assume the resources will always be there for them, so there’s no rush to engage.

How to Create the Ultimate New Member Welcome Packet

Wild Apricot

Find out how to create the ultimate new member welcome packet with these 10 essential tips, and templates for inspiration

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Contacts of Quality, Not Just Quantity

Eric Lanke

I lead a trade association. That means that our members are technically companies, not people; but, of course, the companies in question are made up of people, and we work hard to maintain good contacts and communications with those people.

Engage JP Moery to Speak at Your Next Association Event

Moery Company

A trusted resource and advisor to the association profession, JP Moery shares his energy, passion, and decades of experience with the nonprofit community through a variety of speaking platforms.

Public Social Network or Private Online Community? 11 Tips to Guide Your Decision

Higher Logic

Would you build your house on rented land? Or move all your belongings into a hotel room? The answers are obvious. No, you wouldn’t, because you’d be trying to create something permanent in an impermanent place that you don’t own, where things could change at any moment.

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How to support your members’ career journey

YourMembership Blog

Strategies that support every stage of your association’s members career journey – from student to retiree. As you think about your members’ relationships with your association, you likely think about the member journey – from the first interaction with your organization to the moment a member renews. You may also think about the member journey. The post How to support your members’ career journey appeared first on YourMembership. Career Solutions Membership & Marketing

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How to Create an Amazing Subscription Website in Less Than a Day

Wild Apricot

Building a subscription website doesn't have to be difficult. In this guide, I'll show you the easiest way to create one and easily start your online business

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Where Should Associations Put Their Money?

Moery Company

Istock_Credit:anyaberkut. Currently, many organizations are embracing technology by attempting to implement an association management system (AMS) and new marketing platforms – and feeling the pressure to do so.

Make Your Exhibitors Feel More Visible

Associations Now

A new white paper reveals that most exhibitors feel invisible and think that show organizers aren’t doing enough to help them. A look at issues exhibitors currently face and ideas for fixing them. Do you think your exhibitors are telling you what they need or expect from you?

4 Reminders When Marketing to Young Professionals


You’ve heard the saying, “What you say is not as important as how you say it.” Well, what you say is certainly important, but when it comes to marketing - and particularly, marketing to young professionals - how you say things is key.

How to Add Wild Apricot Features to Other Website Builders

Wild Apricot

If your site uses another website builder but you want to include Wild Apricot features, you can! Here's how to embed widgets in popular site builders

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Important Changes to Association Email Marketing


Combined, Gmail and Apple iPhone account for over half of email clients (around 55%)*. The number one spot routinely alternates between the two. Why You Should Care. Email open rates and unsubscribes are heavily impacted by any adjustments made by Google and Apple.

Improving Workplace Well-Being Can Boost Productivity, Reduce Turnover

Associations Now

A new study from Myers-Briggs finds that workers with greater well-being outperform others and stay in their jobs longer. Five key factors help improve well-being for most, but employers also should take personality differences into account.

3 Reasons (Beyond Engagement) Your Organization NEEDS to Be on Instagram


It seems like Instagram has been the talk of the social media world lately. But is it really a good fit for your organization?

Successful Sales Series: Building Your Sales Team

Association Adviser

Your sales team should learn, love and master the sales process of prospecting, overcoming objections, closing sales, and delighting customers. How do you teach them these skills? The post Successful Sales Series: Building Your Sales Team appeared first on Association Adviser.

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Find a Bureaucracy and Uncover Customer Service Opportunities

Association Success

Find opportunity in bureaucracy. What is the job of the IRS? It is to collect taxes to fund the work of the US government. Except depending on your viewpoint the job of the IRS could be something else entirely. In 2009 the IRS spent 11.7 billion dollars to do its job and in 2017 the IRS had 76,832 employees. So perhaps the job of the IRS is to spend money or make jobs?

Daily Buzz: What the Best Onboarding Programs Have in Common

Associations Now

A solid onboarding strategy can improve member retention rates. Successful programs include three key elements. Also: how reminders can hurt your team. New-member onboarding doesn’t stop once they’ve received a welcome letter in the mail.

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Engaging First-Time Conference Attendees: 4 Tactics to Try


Of course you want to provide an exceptional experience for ALL of your conference attendees, but ensuring that happens for your first-time attendees is particularly important.

Dave Coriale Will Present at AuSAE's ACE19 Conference in Brisbane


DelCor's president, Dave Coriale will join Robert Barnes, APAC country manager for Higher Logic , at this year's AuSAE Conference and Exhibition (ACE19) in Brisbane, Australia.

How to Successfully Onboard a New Leader in Your Organization

Association Success

How can you improve the onboarding process of a new leader in your association? As we reflect on organizational culture, we recognize the importance of onboarding in supporting new employees to understand, engage, and reinforce our desired culture. The onboarding of new senior leaders is similarly critical since these individuals have a greater sphere of influence within the organization and can have a significant impact on culture (good or bad) in a very short time.

Study: Diversity Training Doesn’t Have the Intended Effect

Associations Now

Diversity training designed to change attitudes and behavior toward women in the workplace helped reinforce the right conduct among supportive groups, but it was less effective in people whose behavior most needed improvement, according to a new study.

How to Make Your New Members Feel Welcome


Joining a new organization is intimidating for a lot of people - especially if they don’t know any current members. Flying solo can make it extremely difficult to find the motivation to go to events, attend meetings, and, in general, engage.

Make the Brain Work for It!

AMR Management Services

A designer, psychologist and a behavioral economist walk into a university…. Also potentially the start of a terrible joke, it happens to be the beginning of the story of Sans Forgetica , a new


Are Your Speakers Speaking to Speakers?

Velvet Chainsaw

I wonder about the future of peer review for conference abstracts. While it is a critical filter for high-quality journals, it is a very inefficient process for accelerating innovation and discovery at conferences.

Daily Buzz: Say Goodbye to Free Shampoo at Hotels

Associations Now

Soon disappearing from your hotel experience, at least in California: individual containers of soap and shampoo. Also: Bring an outside perspective into board meetings.

5 Steps to a Members-First Email Strategy


With the right email marketing strategy, your association will make it worth the member’s time to open and engage with your emails. Read the blog post to learn 5 steps to implement an email strategy with a members-first approach

Tools for All the Influencing You Need to Do

Smooth The Path

Every day we need to influence. We influence members, attendees, volunteer leaders, coworkers, peers, staff, sponsors, industry leaders, funders, and regulators. Fortunately, we have many influencing tools at our disposal: Advocating. Storytelling. Data mining. Bullying. Nagging. Catastrophizing.

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Liftoff or Crash Landing? Prepare to Launch a Successful Digital Transformation


The Digital Transformation Series, Part Two. Reading your monthly membership report is like getting a bad diagnosis—over and over again. The meeting registration is no bowl of cherries either. But there is a bright spot. The board has agreed that it’s time for action.

Got Phished? Don’t Just Point Fingers

Associations Now

If an employee is susceptible to clicking on a phishing email, what’s the right way to handle the problem? While some companies have taken to firing workers, the morale cost might just be too high for that. When someone falls for a phishing email, whose fault is it—and should someone take the fall?

Mark Your Calendar! Q3-2019 Training Opportunities & Events


It’s that time of year again where some Clickers are on the road more than they are in the office - but that’s MORE than ok, we’re excited to see you out and about! But first, let’s talk database training.