Thu.Jul 20, 2017

How to Overcome Challenges and Use Community as an Integrated Service to Improve Business Results

Higher Logic

Historically, organizations have struggled to integrate community into their infrastructure and customer-facing offerings.

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Wild Apricot Wins Award for Top 5 Easy to Use Membership Management Software

Wild Apricot Blog

It’s with great pleasure that Software Advice, one of the top software review sites, just awarded us their Top Five spot for Ease of Use when it comes to membership management software. Award SoftwareAdvice

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7 ways to boost engagement in your e-learning.

YourMembership Blog

Got dry, boring content for your e-learning course? Want to make sure your e-learning isn’t just “text and next”? As an education professional at your organization, you can create an engaging learning experience to help people do their jobs better. Yet, if you aren’t strategic about how you go about it, the learning can be. The post 7 ways to boost engagement in your e-learning. appeared first on YourMembership. Online Learning Professional Development

This Formula Tells You When Your Association Will Die (and what to do about it)

Wild Apricot Blog

Are you worried your association is dying off? Member engagement expert Sarah Sladek gives you a formula that will predict your organization's life expectancy, and shows you how to ensure your association continues to thrive. Sarah-Sladek membership-growth membership attrition leadership member-retention association

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How Associations Can Get Media Traction with Press Releases

Associations Now

Here are six tips associations can use when writing and sending out press releases. Every day, associations are launching new initiatives or programs to serve their members and bolster their industries.

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Conference Circuit: Animals’ Best Friends

Associations Now

Rundown Attendees: 4,000. Educational Sessions: 700 plus. Exhibitors: 300. Content Tracks : 9. The American Veterinary Medical Association’s 2017 Convention begins in the upcoming days in Indianapolis. Around 4,000 are expected to attend.

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Museums for All Initiative Attracts Visitors, Reaches Participation Goals

Associations Now

Thanks to outreach efforts and the work of participating institutions, an initiative from the Association of Children’s Museums and the Institute of Museum and Library Services has met key milestones and is on track to reach its second year goals.

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How Associations Are Changing Up School Sunscreen Rules

Associations Now

You may not think of sunscreen as medication, but the FDA does, and so do many schools. School rules restricting suncreen use lead to dangerous sun exposure for students, dermatology associations say—and they’re working to ensure kids are protected, one state at a time.

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Thursday Buzz: Is Twitter Winning the Battle Against Online Abuse?

Associations Now

New features and stronger enforcement of rules are muting abusive voices on Twitter. Also: why you should rethink how you use social media. Over the past several months, Twitter has made highly publicized efforts to combat trolls and abuse on its platform.

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New Political Consultants Group Aims for More Diversity in Campaigns

Associations Now

The National Association of Diverse Consultants will work to connect minority political consultants with campaigns. The goal: to make campaigns better reflect the diversity of the voting public.

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