2019

Bessette Joins the Big Red “M”

Moery Company

The Moery Company is pleased to announce the recent hire of Jackie Bessette as our new Business Development Manager.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.18.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Maddie Grant and Jamie Notter have a new book coming out, The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement.

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2019 Marketing Strategy: Food for Thought From Seth Godin

Higher Logic

The start of a new year is a great time to reevaluate your current marketing strategy and decide which tools and changes you can implement to drive maximum success in the months ahead.

Members Hire Relevant Associations

Potomac Core

Associations have endured downturns before, what’s different this time is the valuable lesson learned after the great recession, that Members hire relevant Associations.

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Membership Q&A: Why Won’t They Join?

Spark Consulting

Why aren’t our prospects joining our association? They don’t see value in joining. Let’s unpack that a little bit. The reason they don’t see value in joining may be because they don’t see it YET, or it may be because it isn’t there. They don’t see value yet. What that means is that you’re moving too fast.

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The Tightrope

Eric Lanke

Sometimes I feel exactly like the tightrope walker in the picture accompanying this post -- out on a thin and dangerous wire, leaving one position of safety with the hope of reaching another, alone, and with only the balance pole of my wits and my association's mission to stabilize me.

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47 Free Nonprofit Webinars for March 2019

Wild Apricot Blog

Here are all the free nonprofit webinars I could find happening in March 2019

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Coming soon: A behind the scenes look at small staff associations

YourMembership Blog

What are small-staff associations thinking about their organization and their membership these days? Are they preparing for and handling growth? What are their top priorities?

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#ASAEIdeas19: Go Big by Going Small

Associations Now

Move over, BHAG. According to several speakers on day two of the ASAE Great Ideas Conference, sometimes the best path to innovation is to set aside the big, hairy, audacious goal and go small instead. Your next big idea may be a small one.

Do You Train Your Board Member’s and Committee Chairs?

Association Leaders

Boards of Directors Members and Committee Chairs are key leaders who determine whether an association is successful or not. What does that mean? It’s simple – associations whose directors and committee chairs are not focused on the organization’s strategic plan, are not consensus builders, and don’t know how to run effective meetings cause their association’s to fail – or at least stagnate.

JP Moery’s Association Playbook – Episode 179: Why Associations Need “Association Hustle”

Moery Company

Host JP Moery recently launched Association Hustle – his debut book based on his real-life experiences and lessons learned working for decades in the association space.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.11.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… It’s time for Marketing General Incorporated’s (MGI) 11 th annual Membership Marketing Benchmarking Survey.

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3 Ways to Strengthen Communication Using Smart Member Data

Higher Logic

If your organization manages a membership program, you know that it can be a real challenge keeping your members fully engaged while developing ways to grow your program. After all, no matter how many new members you attract, it’s your retention rate that drives real growth.

Members Hire Tomorrow’s Associations

Potomac Core

Breaking. Members Hire Tomorrow’s Associations because they have no other choice. Global uncertainty and technological advances are forcing Members to make more informed decisions on how to spend their precious time and money.

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Membership Q&A: What’s the Most Effective Renewal Cycle?

Spark Consulting

When is the best time of the year to begin renewal communications to members? How many notices should we send? Should we send paper or electronic notices? What should we send WITH the notices? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there is no one right answer to these questions. There are some good guidelines, which we’ll go over in a minute, but really, you have to test different options and, more importantly, PAY ATTENTION to what happens.

Annual Conference Mode

Eric Lanke

On the day this posts, my association's Board meeting and Annual Conference will be two short weeks away. This has traditionally been my time to enter what I call my "Annual Conference Mode." What does that mean?

The REAL Meaning of Employee Engagement

Jamie Notter

When we set out last year to write The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement (which launches today!), our first task was to see what others were writing about the topic.

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33 Free Nonprofit Webinars for February 2019

Wild Apricot Blog

Here are all the free nonprofit webinars I could find happening in February

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Using Micro-Moments for Member Engagement 

YourMembership Blog

Most of us have our mobile phones within arm’s reach – every hour of every day. Think about what that means: People are searching, reading and communicating while they have spare moments throughout the day. Now think about how you can take advantage of these micro-moments, or critical touch points in today’s consumer journey, to engage with your members. This approach. The post Using Micro-Moments for Member Engagement appeared first on YourMembership.

Study: Women of Color Face Systemic Challenges in Nonprofit Careers

Associations Now

A new report from the Building Movement Project’s Race to Lead program says persistent bias continues to hold back women of color from rising up the nonprofit career ladder. Are women of color getting a fair shake in the nonprofit C-suite? A new study on that question answers with an unambiguous no.

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How do you Handle Negativity in your Association’s Meetings?

Association Leaders

Associations are groups of people or companies in the same profession or industry or with similar interests working toward a common goal. By definition, when groups of people get together to take some action, there will be discussions, debates, and disagreement. It’s also true that whenever a group of people get together there will almost always be at least one person with a negative outlook on things.

The Moery Company is Growing – Join Our Team!

Moery Company

Job Information : Sales Associate . Location : Alexandria, VA. Job Status/Type: Full Time, Employee. Job Category : Sales/Business Development. Career Level: Entry-Level. Industries : Consulting firm for Trade Associations.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.4.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… If your association has chapters or geographic components (sections, affiliates, local networking groups), please participate in the Chapter Benchmarking Study.

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5-Step Guide to Calculating Your Member Retention Rate

Higher Logic

Ah, member retention. When it’s good, it’s great, but when it’s bad, we worry. In fact, 46 percent of associations reported that increasing member retention is one of their top membership goals, according to the Membership Marketing Benchmark Report.

3 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofit Professionals to Build Resilience

Beth Kanter's Blog

Flickr photo by Geoff Livingston. I wish you a very happy and healthy 2019! I had a great holiday break, although unfortunately I got sick.

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Partnership v. Membership: Untangling the Knot

Spark Consulting

I’m excited to announce a new blog series I’ll be writing with Lewis Flax , the founder of Flax Associates , a consulting firm that helps nonprofits support their objectives through establishing mutually beneficial partnerships with corporations.

Looking Back From a Feeling of Triumph

Eric Lanke

My daughter plays the piano and the violin.

Do Millennials Define Engagement Differently?

Jamie Notter

One of the participants in my Managing Generational Diversity training course once told me an interesting story. Her Millennial daughter came home from work and told the mother that she had quit her job.

The Truth About Choosing A Nonprofit Career Path + 8 Experts’ Advice

Wild Apricot Blog

Looking for a change? Figure out the right nonprofit career path for you with step-by-step advice and tips from nonprofit career experts

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How your association can work smarter in 2019 

YourMembership Blog

Make 2019 your most efficient and effective year yet with these tips. Work smarter on the go Cloud-based technology allows you to work from anywhere and at any time. But most legacy association management software (AMS) restricts your association staff to one version of a browser and makes it nearly impossible to access your member database through a mobile device or tablet. The post How your association can work smarter in 2019 appeared first on YourMembership.

Survey: A Little Bit of Paid Search Goes a Long Way for SEO

Associations Now

A recent survey finds that paid search can often improve your search engine optimization strategy by helping your organization target its attack.

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How to deal with Gmail’s new Promotions Tab

SocialFish

Early this week, Gmail announced they were trialing a new functionality for their promotions tab for desktop. From the get-go, our entire Dev team signed up to kick the tires.

JP Moery’s Association Playbook – Episode 172: How to Successfully Land an Association Job

Moery Company

Host JP Moery frequently receives calls and questions from folks who are looking to break into the association marketplace for their career. During this episode, he outlines several strategies that might be helpful and if you like what you hear, share with a colleague who might be on the job hunt!

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.1.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… I’m a Squiggle, what are you?

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