Associate member categories can create new partnerships and revenue sources for your association. But timing is everything. Before adding to your membership, ask a few strategic questions about why these members are needed.
The Utah Nonprofits Association does more than just train its members. It now works with them in post-training workshops to ensure they know how to put the tools they learned to use.
Diversity and inclusion require more than just lip service. To put D+I into practice, membership teams need to be constantly thinking about opportunities that foster action.
The American Staffing Association’s online community marked its fourth anniversary by recognizing its most active participants.
When Chipotle, a leader in the fast-casual space, was confronted with a food safety crisis two years ago, the brand suffered. To recover, the company reestablished relationships with its most loyal customers. It’s a strategy associations can learn from.
To get members coming back year after year for its annual advocacy day, SHAPE America awards long-time attendees and offers scholarship incentives.
What do you know about your lapsed members? They may be gone but shouldn’t be forgotten. Some associations are bringing old members back into the fold.
A team from the American Dental Association visits dentist offices to listen to members’ unmet needs.
Need some quick tips on effectively engaging new members? Here are a few strategies shared by speakers at this week’s YourMembership conference.
Asking regional members to take action on micro-advocacy efforts could result in big payoffs—both for your issue and in member engagement.