Hawaii Five-O & Monopoly Show Associations How to Engage Members

SCD Group

For tonight’s (1/14/13) showing of Hawaii Five-O, CBS invited viewers to vote on which ending they wanted for its show. Most associations are seeking ways to engage members, renew members and recruit new members. Sort of like playing Monopoly one more time or watching a new show (but same old plot) of Hawaii Five-O. They’re doing it live in real time! Talk about engaging viewers! See A Murder Mystery via Social Media – The Viewers Pick the Killer.).

Observations from the Field Including Short- and Long-Term Strategies for Moving Forward – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 228

Moery Company

I just had one the other day with some friends from Hawaii, as an example! I just had one the other day with some friends from Hawaii, as an example!


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Top Tips and Tricks From 2019 Membership Hacks

Associations Now

Other incentives can help you recruit new members. And you can also get existing members in on a recruitment drive using referral dollars. Do you have a simple idea that’s improved recruitment, retention, or engagement experiences for your members?

Electronic Security Association to World: Our Industry Has Jobs

Associations Now

Working Around Craigslist in Hawaii, a completely different kind of career challenge is giving employers headaches—and the state’s restaurant association is looking to help. The Hawaii Restaurant Association says that it’s working with its members to launch a local alternative to Craigslist, which charges employers $25 for each job listing. Last year, it created a employee recruiting and retention toolkit for its members.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 6.19.20

Reid All About it

Watch and listen to the surf of Ehukai Beach on Oahu, Hawaii. The Impact of COVID-19 on the Recruitment Industry: Current Analysis and Future Opportunities. The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Inclusion advice.

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