People are happy to pay a little more for VIP experiences. Here’s how special advantages could benefit both your attendees and your association. Also: How to think about the changing nature of knowledge in the digital age.
By adapting to the preferences of millennial learners, associations have consequently benefited members of all ages. Also: Deliver a more persuasive presentation with these body language tips.
Associations put value on retention rates, but that’s not always the right metric to boost renewals. A new report says engagement scoring matters.
To encourage membership recruitment, the North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors gives an award to the member who is the biggest connector.
Why your members are ready for auto-renewal plans. Also: A television ad hijacks Google Home devices.
Digital badges and ribbons put a twist on a traditional form of member recognition to incentivize small acts of engagement. Associations and their members are sharing them across community and social networks, adding an element of competition that spurs involvement.
There’s a simple way to say thanks to dedicated members who serve in volunteer positions—sign and send a gratitude book.
Are private job boards hindering your ability to recruit millennials? Also: Abila, Aptify, and YourMembership join together to create a new, unified brand.
A new report from the nonprofit technology company Abila notes that people are always looking for great educational resources—though the growth of outside offerings means they may not rely only on yours. The company says you might want to work on your education strategy.
Offering volunteer opportunities can be one of the most effective ways to bring members closer to your association. But the work they do needs to benefit the volunteer as well as the organization. One way to deepen member engagement is create enough different opportunities to match your members’ volunteering preferences.