Year in Review: Most Popular Posts about Association Membership

Moery Company

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Year in Review: Most Popular Posts About Association Sponsorships

Moery Company

The post Year in Review: Most Popular Posts About Association Sponsorships appeared first on The Moery Company. Over the last couple of years, sponsorship sales experienced a shift from being transactional to strategic. It’s no longer about slapping a logo onto a banner and calling it a day.

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Year in Review: Most Popular Videos of 2019

Moery Company

The post Year in Review: Most Popular Videos of 2019 appeared first on The Moery Company. It feels like yesterday we were rolling out our goals and plans for 2019 and then we blinked and the year was (almost) over. One of our 2019 goals was to produce more videos.

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Year in Review: Most Popular Blog Posts of 2019

Moery Company

The post Year in Review: Most Popular Blog Posts of 2019 appeared first on The Moery Company. There were common themes weaved through the most popular blog posts that resonated with you this year.

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Our Customer Reviews Make Higher Logic a G2 Leader in Online Community Management

Higher Logic

The post Our Customer Reviews Make Higher Logic a G2 Leader in Online Community Management appeared first on Higher Logic. The post Our Customer Reviews Make Higher Logic a G2 Leader in Online Community Management appeared first on Higher Logic.

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Review: When Millennials Take Over

Spark Consulting

I recently had the opportunity to read a review copy of When Millennials Take Over , a new book by Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant of Culture That Works designed to help us get past the freak out and to a “ridiculously optimistic” view of the future of work. “Every 20 years or so, a new generation enters the workforce, and the rest of us, quite frankly, freak out about it.” ” .

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A Year in Review: Wild Apricot and Personify

Wild Apricot

Dmitry Ivanov, our General Manager, reviews how the year has gone since our acquisition by Personify. Personify

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10 Best Website Builders for Nonprofits, Reviewed & Compared

Wild Apricot

Find the best website builder that can support the needs of your modern organization broken down by price, pros, and cons

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11 Best Website Builders for Nonprofits, Reviewed & Compared

Wild Apricot

Find the best nonprofit website builder that can support the needs of your modern organization broken down by price, pros, and cons

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5 membership management software metrics to constantly review.

YourMembership Blog

The post 5 membership management software metrics to constantly review. How often are you looking at your membership management metrics? At my last association, we looked at metrics every day. We even had a visualization room where anyone in the organization can visibly see how we were trending. It enabled the entire staff to start thinking how their individual job impacted our outcomes. You may. appeared first on YourMembership. Membership & Marketing Member Retention Data Managemen

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Our Customer Reviews Make Higher Logic a G2 Leader in Online Community Management

Higher Logic

G2, the leading B2B technology review platform, released their Spring 2020 Grid Report, and we are excited to announce that we’ve been named a Leader in Online Community Management for the 4th consecutive quarter.

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Periodic Goal Review

YourMembership Blog

Periodic Goal Review. It’s also shown me that taking time to periodically review what is (or isn’t) working is valuable to the overall success of the goal. Membership Software Association Management Software. Solutions. Associations. Nonprofits + Foundations. Chambers + EDCs. Corporate + Social. Education + Alumni. Advantages. Branding. Control. Add-On Products. Support. Pricing. Company. News + Press. Customers. Technology. Management Team. Partner Programs.

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December Update: A Year In Review

Wild Apricot

In this month’s update, Dmitry Buterin reflects on his time at Wild Apricot and gives a month-by-month overview of the features we launched this year

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Golden's Rules for Association

Give the Metropolitan Opera credit. When its leadership screws up, they do it on a truly operatic scale. The Met is a nonprofit, structured in a manner not unlike many associations. There is the parent organization, the opera company, that delivers the core value to its membership (audience). And there is its educational foundation, the [.]. Association Advocacy The Nature of Associations association journals censorship leadership Transparency

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Thinking About an Organizational Review?

Portage Group

By Alan Ward The thought of conducting an organizational review shouldn’t give anyone reason for sweaty palms. There is little time to stop and take stock … and that’s precisely why you have to think about doing the organizational review in the first place. An organizational review can help you to better understand what your organization is doing (yes, there may be surprises!) So, where and how does the work of an organizational review begin? Keep it Simple!

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December Update: A Year In Review

Wild Apricot

It's the end of 2016. In this update, read about all our highs and lows of the year. newsletter update december

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Tips for Association Employee Reviews


It’s important not to wait until the review to communicate with an about performance improvements. Better yet, consider doing an informal feedback session for a type of mid-year review just to check in on goals. The post Tips for Association Employee Reviews appeared first on GrowthZone. Employee evaluations don’t have to be unpleasant. In fact, the process is the ideal opportunity to boost employees’ empowerment and work together to find common ground.

Lucky 13: Mariner's Year in Review


Who says 13 is an unlucky number? Not the three of us at Mariner! Year 13 was our best year yet. It was also our busiest. And it was chock full of firsts. Probably the coolest thing about last year was how lucky we were to try new things and work with some awesome new clients

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CommPartners Year in Review


As 2018 winds down, all of us at CommPartners want to express our gratitude to our clients, partners and extended community for your collaboration and friendship over the past year. Blog AMS association community e-learning Learning Management System live-streaming LMS online events social learning strategy virtual events webcasts webinar production webinars

Top Membership Management Software Options & Reviews


In this guide, we’ll review membership management software basics and describe top options to give you a clear picture of how to proceed. The post Top Membership Management Software Options & Reviews appeared first on Salesforce Membership Management Blog.

Learning about Soyfoods, a Book Review

Association Navigator

Uncategorized Association Management Books soyfoods book reviewJohn H. The Skinny on Soy. By Marie Oser. Learning about soyfoods is on the top of my list these days. I was recently tapped to lead the Soyfoods Association of North America (SANA) , the trade group which represents soyfoods manufacturers, soy processors, and soybean farmers.

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6 Benefits of an Online Submission and Review Process


Here are six benefits to taking your submission and review process completely online: MC InsiderYour awards presentation is coming up, and it’s time to ask for nominations.

Thanks For Playing: Book Review: Humanize

Thanks For Playing

Book Review: Humanize. Book Review: Humanize. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Thanks For Playing. Seeking community in associations since 2008. 29 December 2011. If youre one of my regular readers - or someone who knows me IRL - you probably know of my disdain for business books. Generally, they state the obvious or the *painfully* obvious at a fifth-grade reading level, with LARGE print on pages with LOTS of white space.

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Should you remove negative reviews from your community?

Higher Logic

Hopefully the restaurant either sees your review and apologizes, or a future customer decides to eat somewhere else. According to Jay Baer’s book, Hug Your Haters , 80 percent of American consumers say they trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. People are swayed by online reviews even if they don’t know the person who wrote it. That’s why all types of companies take online reviews very seriously. Should you ever take down bad reviews?

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Apricot Chat: The Benefits of Posting Online Reviews

Wild Apricot

case studies Facebook LinkedIn Membership management website builder Wild Apricot ReviewsIn a recent post, we discussed how to leverage online word-of-mouth marketing. Here's a case study that demonstrates both the power of WOM and the importance of utilizing effective web tools for non-profit and association membership management! read more ).

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Book Review: Joy, Inc.

Jamie Notter

Joy, Inc.: How We Built A Workplace People Love. by Richard Sheridan. Portfolio/Penguin, 2013. This book is by Richard Sheridan, who is the CEO of Menlo Innovations , a software company in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They’ve been covered by Inc. , NPR and others, partly for their radical ideas of (a) having all their software programmers work together in one big room (no offices, not even cubes), and (b) actually having two programmers per one computer.

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Book Review: Fierce Loyalty

Jamie Notter

I’m halfway through several good business books right now, but I was able to squeeze in a small but very good book this week that is worthy of a review. Fierce Loyalty: Unlocking the DNA of Wildly Successful Communities. by Sarah Robinson. Hayfield Publishing, 2012. Fierce Loyalty , by Sarah Robinson, is a small book that breaks down the most important things you need to know about a topic that is growing in importance every day: community. We all want community.

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Should the Annual Review Be a Thing of the Past?

Association Adviser

The annual performance review: It’s a source of dread and anxiety for managers and employees alike. Let’s be honest, annual reviews have not kept up with the pace of change in the workplace. While annual performance reviews tend to be more one-sided, meeting regularly with your staff helps open a dialogue where you can serve not only as a manager, but as a mentor as well. The post Should the Annual Review Be a Thing of the Past? Careers Features annual reviews career

Scaling Up Excellence (Review)

Jamie Notter

I am particularly excited to review this book because I had the privilege to get an advance copy from the authors (it doesn’t actually go on sale until tomorrow). Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less. By Robert I. Sutton and Huggy Rao. Crown Business, 2014. I have been a big fan of Bob Sutton for some time.

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Time to Review Your Membership Database?

Wild Apricot

Wild Apricot has created a Guide to help small organizations identify your membership database needs; understand your options as well as offering tips and tools to help you make an informed software or system choice. membership records membership database management

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Book Review: Small Giants

Jamie Notter

As you can see, this is not a new book–bordering on 10 years old–but it’s worth a review, because it has some really good ideas in it, backed by good research. Small Giants: Companies that Choose to Be Great Instead of Big. by Bo Burlingham. Portfolio, 2005. The basic (and refreshing) premise is that not all companies need to be big, that growth is not necessarily an objective.

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December 2015 Update: A Year in Review

Wild Apricot

If you’re like us, you’re using this time between the holidays to reflect on everything you’ve done this last year. At Wild Apricot, there’s so much that’s happened, it’s hard to pick what to talk about

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Book Review: Do Lead

Jamie Notter

Do Lead: Share your vision. Inspire others. Achieve the impossible. by Les McKeown. Do Book Co, 2014. In Chapter 3 of Humanize , Maddie and I take to task the authors, experts, and even “gurus” on the topic of leadership. As important as the concept is, we point out that our historical emphasis on individual leadership is holding us back, and comes from our misguided perspective that organizations should be run like machines.

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Share Your Members’ “Year in Review”

Associations Now

Businesses like Marriott, Spotify, and Facebook use “year in review” campaigns to connect and engage with users, customers, and members. One example, says Peggy Hoffman, CAE, president of Mariner Management and Marketing, is the “member year in review” note.

Book Review: Delivering Happiness

Jamie Notter

Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose. by Tony Hsieh. Business Plus, 2010. The online retailer Zappos is arguably the premiere poster-child for company culture in today’s business world. Zappos started selling shoes online in 1999, which was towards the end of the first dot-com bubble. Not only did Zappos survive the bubble’s burst, They managed to grow from $1.6 million in sales in 2000 to $1 billion in sales in 2008.

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What’s the Value of an Online Review?

Associations Now

A new study suggests that these online reviews carry value, and one expert suggests associations monitor and engage with them carefully. Think about all the places it’s now possible to post an online review. From ride-hailing services and hotel stays to the meal or movie you just purchased, it seems people are asking for five-star reviews almost everywhere. The majority of reviews, 81 percent, were positive. Niche review sites. Weaponized reviews.

Modernizing Your Association’s Dues Model and Value Proposition

Moery Company

It isn’t just a dues review, it’s really a business analysis. There are three key areas that we’ve used in our reviews to come up with the optimum business models. Start with a quantitative review of your membership data.

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Natural Symbiosis: Review Culture and Our Associations

Association Success

I know what I need, and it isn’t a salesperson.” * According to recent research from Wake Forest University, B2B decision making is increasingly being informed by customer reviews. This mixture of expert objectivity on the one hand, and mutual respect and trust on the other, makes associations incredibly well placed to leverage this trend in B2B buying habits, and offer their members trusted review sites laser-focused on their business niche.

Three Strategies To Counter Negative Employee Reviews

Associations Now

Your association’s good name is a critical asset for recruiting new talent, so you can’t ignore negative online reviews by former employees. And with the emergence of employer reviews on sites like Glassdoor and LinkedIn, or even in unstructured formats like Twitter, a few bad reviews can have an outsize effect on your organization’s reputation as a good place to work. How seriously should you take negative reviews by past employees?

Still Struggling with Performance Reviews

Jamie Notter

I’ve recently come across another battery of articles full of fist-shaking at performance reviews. Microsoft just dumped its “forced ranking” policy , although apparently Yahoo just added it , and Adobe has gotten rid of performance reviews altogether! How is it possible that we have advanced this far as a society, yet we can’t figure out performance reviews? The same is true with performance reviews.

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