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Study Holds Key to Association Member Engagement

Smooth The Path

For the last year, I have been saying that members who engage with the association within the first 3 days to 3 weeks of joining become more engaged through the life of their membership. Increased new member engagement over time, improves all member engagement.

How to Exponentially Improve Member Engagement at Any Association

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Wouldn’t it be great if members felt this way every day of the week? At some associations, members do feel this way, and your members can feel like this too. Deeply understanding members is at the root of it all. Related: Member Engagement Research.

Why Just One Kind of Member Research Isn’t Enough

Associations Now

By pursuing both quantitative data and qualitative input from its members, the Construction Financial Management Association discovered a gap in its member value proposition—and how to fix it. For associations looking to better attract and engage members, the answer is better data.

Our Members are Self-Centered

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Our members are self-centered. Our members have… no time. Only organizations that solve our member’s problems, speak their language, and understand them will get their time and attention. Can you stand in your member’s shoes and do this?

Many Organizations Accidentally Ignore New Members

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The online membership application process didn’t allow me to set my username and password, so right after I joined, I couldn’t log in and check out my new member benefits. My first-year member experience lines up with many other new member’s experiences according to member research.

Developing My Dream Association

Smooth The Path

If I were to build an association, I would pull the most significant insights from all of the research I have conducted. One of the core staff values would be to be intensely member-focused. We would talk with members often, conduct listening tours, and interview them.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.3.19

Reid All About it

If that type of experience isn’t an option for you, WBT Systems shares 13 ways you can get a basic level of knowledge and keep up with the trends in your association’s industry or profession. Mapping the Journey to Long-Term Member Engagement.

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