Four Community Newsletters You Need to Subscribe To

Higher Logic

Although some might think them old-school, email newsletters are having a renaissance. It doesn’t matter what the subject is, there is a newsletter out there for it. Perhaps newsletters are a way of making sense of all the information out there. CMX Hub Newsletter.

2015 Favorite Community Reads

Higher Logic

If you’re like me, you were bummed not to make it to the most recent CMX Summit in San Francisco. This is an awesome weekly newsletter. But one of my favorite parts about their newsletter is many articles they link to aren’t specifically about community.

NTEN + Planet = Better Place

SocialFish

NTEN provides great education, affinity groups, local 501Tech networking groups, webinars, the best conference ever (the Nonprofit Technology Conference , next one is in San Francisco in April 2012), a great blog , and all the stuff you’d expect from a top-notch association.

This Week’s Association Membership & Marketing Jobs

SocialFish

The primary responsibility is to develop the content and prepare the layout and design of all association print and online publications, i.e., national print magazine, online newsletters, conference guides and programs, PowerPoint presentations, etc.

Building Community: Real Towns Inform Online Spaces

Higher Logic

San Francisco grew astronomically during the Gold Rush. Starting an online community can seem like a daunting task at first. It’s easy to think that you need experience with other online communities to build a successful one for your own organization.

Monday Buzz: Google Glass, Giving Back

Associations Now

Women’s Audio Mission : The San Francisco group will use Glass to augment educational programs that aid girls interested in science and audio pursuits. So why shouldn’t this be the week your association revamps its newsletter strategy to capitalize on this trend? (ht

Top 3 Live Streaming Apps to Humanize Your Organization [Part I]

Slice-Works

A San Francisco Startup two-years in the making, Meerkat hit the streets of Austin, TX at South by Southwest (SXSW) in March 2015. Owned by Twitter, also based in San Fran, released its product in late March 2015, just after its competitor, Meerkat.

Measuring the Impact of Your Nonprofit Program

Beth Kanter

That’s where I met Kim Kastorff who is the founder of Kimpacto , a San Francisco-based advisory & consulting firm working across the U.S., newsletters, social media, blogs, annual reports, etc.).

Kickstarter Founder Launches Nonprofit Platform: A Dollar A Day

Beth Kanter

Everyday they will donate a dollar a day to specific nonprofit, encourage others to donate, and promote the nonprofit’s work to their network via a brief email newsletter.

Top 3 Live Streaming Apps to Humanize Your Organization [Part I]

Slice-Works

A San Francisco Startup two-years in the making, Meerkat hit the streets of Austin, TX at South by Southwest (SXSW) in March 2015. Owned by Twitter, also based in San Fran, released its product in late March 2015, just after its competitor, Meerkat.

5 Super Questions for Associations and Association Publications

SCD Group

This piece highlights the dilemma many associations face: when – if ever – you convert your magazine or newsletter to digital and stop sending printed editions. With stats like these, what is the future of association print publications?