By: Will Ferguson
Have you been considering whether or not to develop a tiered membership model for your association but you’re not sure where to start? Leaving the safety of the way we’ve always done things can be very intimidating and confusing. One of our clients is currently making the leap and we’d like to share their story with you. Continue reading Movin’ On Up – Part 1
Ignite That Spark in Your Members: Resources For Using Technology to Engage Association Members
By: John Ricco, CAE
The Pareto Principal. You may not know exactly what it is, but you experience it all the time. Better known as the 80/20 rule, the Pareto Principal suggests that 20 percent of your members probably do 80 percent of the work. So how do you lighten the burden for the overextended 20% and at the same time create meaningful involvement for others? Continue reading Ignite That Spark in Your Members
By: Shelly Sobol
This past Sunday night most of America witnessed something that has become our annual past time- watching the championship game of the 2015 NFL football season. While MVPs are regularly debated, it’s always agreed that the team wins the game. So when your team is pushed to the limit- can they pull out a victory? Continue reading The Trooper Bowl
By: Shelly Sobol
In two months, I’m getting married. After 16 months of planning, researching every element, and working with family and friends to make it all happen, we’re just 60 days away. To say that my fiancé and I really utilize social media is an understatement. We use it to share our adventures, our quirky interests, and connect with loved ones. And sometimes, like it or not, social media is the quickest way to disseminate important information.
In these last 16 months, our wedding planning has taken a similar approach to branding as your next important event, product roll-out or association milestone. Continue reading Two and Through!
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