Fewer associations are reporting membership growth this year than in 2014, according to the 2015 Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report. Plus: What does task shifting at work cause?
The Washington State Bar Association joins with several other bar associations to help members adopt cloud-based practice management.
On Monday, the Boy Scouts of America announced it would remove the national restriction on openly gay adult leaders. The move comes roughly two years after the organization voted to end a similar ban for openly gay youths—some of whom, after graduating from high school, kept the pressure on the BSA.
Politics can be a difficult balance for Seventh-day Adventists to achieve, but a new networking group hopes to make things a little less isolating for political figures worldwide.
At the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers, a group-membership plan is attracting deeper engagement with the industry's higher-ups and boosting SCTE's membership and training revenue along the way.
The North American Reciprocal Museum Association adds another institution to the fold, giving a new batch of museumgoers free access to a multitude of exhibits.
In a bit of news that could prove promising for membership-based associations, a new LoyaltyOne survey finds that rewards programs are more appealing to millennials than to older audiences.
It's not every day that membership is a major story in the mainstream press, but this week Amazon pulled off an immensely successful effort to promote its 20th anniversary by creating a membership promotion that had everyone talking. Here, a few lessons you can learn from Amazon's #PrimeDay.
No, really, please tell me more than just a number. What does it mean to have 10,000 or 100,000 members? How does that number mean progress toward your association's mission?
A new study suggests that despite consumers' desire for more privacy, they also want the information they receive to be targeted. There's a tough one. Also: More thoughts on Flash.