Add Chapters to Make an Old Association Feel New

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So far, six local affiliates have been announced in Austin, Texas; Birmingham, Alabama; Detroit; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Dallas-Fort Worth; and the Piedmont region of North Carolina. This process helped Werner and her team identify the first six chapters. Launching a chapter network has helped PEN America, a literary organization with almost 100 years of history, recruit new members and reinvent opportunities for member engagement at the local level.

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Social Media Roundup: Efficiency Is More Than Just a Number

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At another store that instead measured increased sales, cashiers were more focused on the customer than rushing through the payment process. How do you ensure timely processes without hurting the customer experience? (ht link] @weknownext @shrm #tulsa #oklahoma. Why you’ll fall short if you take just a by-the-numbers approach to gauging your organization’s efficiency. Plus: countering unethical business practices is the right move—but not always an easy decision.

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Making Sure Your New Website Theme is Social-Friendly

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If not, you may need a plugin like Yoast SEO to streamline the process. Jared Carrizales runs the team at Heroic Search in Tulsa and Dallas. You’ve launched your new web theme, and you need to make sure it’s going to convert visitors. Social shares are going to make or break your SEO, traffic generation, and your sales funnels. So, it’s time to make sure your new theme is social friendly. What is a Social-Friendly Theme?

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5 Supah-Cool Free Online Tools For Nonprofits

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Through our platform, you can reconnect with your family in Rio; manage your employees in Madagascar; organize your non-profit’s resources to Ottawa; teach a virtual class from Tulsa to students all over Thailand; foster a support group for cancer survivors from France to the Falkland Islands. This is a guest post by Joe Yeoman, who is obsessively addicted to new web technologies and discussing them.

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