Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.3.19

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The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… View from our campsite in the Superstition Mountains Wilderness east of Phoenix. It’s frustrating to have member and event attendee data spread out across the organization in different databases. Amanda Kaiser dispels three myths on why people join associations and reveals the real reason—based on her member research. Mapping the Journey to Long-Term Member Engagement.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.5.21

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Jason Cohen , senior manager, member services at ISPOR – The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research, invites your participation in a survey on membership campaign practices. Engagement boxes. New Ways to Keep Your Online Attendees Engaged.


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Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.18.20

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Member engagement. At Associations Now , Lindsay Currie, CAE shares some low-cost ideas from for engaging and retaining members. I especially love the first one because members are craving that—heck, we all are. More info/register (ASAE members only).

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.29.20

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The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Reboarding members. WBT shares ideas for using what you learn during reboarding to better serve members. How to Go Virtual (While Still Creating an Engaging Experience).

Association Brain Food Weekly: 6.21.19

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This methodology helps you identify and solve the problems that are costing your organization revenue, attention, engagement, time, and/or relevance. Mon 6/24 at 2 p.m.* – 3 New Strategies to Boost Your Member Onboarding, Engagement, and Retention. Hear insights from over 400 member interviews that will help you boost member engagement and increase renewals. Mobile Event App Best Practices: Boost Your Attendee Engagement.

Association Uses Facebook Live to Expand Education

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Because Negron knew social media, namely Facebook, was a preferred communication channel for many AFCI members, she decided to air the sessions via its livestream platform. And using a closed Facebook group for members—which include businesses and professionals working in creative industries like home décor, painting, and DIY—allowed her to make the chats member-only.