Does your database need a public relations campaign to convince your staff to rely on it again? Also: Snapchat tries something new.
Management helps save the day for large online communities. Plus: How to spice up panel discussions.
A U.K. trade group for pets offers credit card processing to its members. The benefit comes with an additional perk for members of the Pet Industry Federation: a discount on membership renewals.
How to ensure your online community benefits from the rewards you offer your members. Also: Twitter expands the definition of 140 characters.
What your association needs to know about the hybrid membership model. Also: When event covenants falter. Not every member fits into a single category: That’s the simple reason why hybrid membership won’t go away. Over at Abila’s Forward Together blog, the company’s associate product marketing manager, Anna Toon, breaks down some important considerations about the […]
One association puts its volunteer membership committee to work in calling all new members to welcome them to the association—a rewarding effort for members, volunteers, and the association alike.
The Association of International Metallizers, Coaters, and Laminators hopes to get its members glued to their laptops every Friday morning.
PTSD and substance abuse are pandemic among fire fighters. The International Association of Fire Fighters decided it was time to give them their own treatment center to help them deal with these behavioral health issues.
A group that represents independent music labels opens up its membership to individual artists. Also: Why you should focus on an approach to learning that makes you unique. Independent musicians—of the kind likely to show up in a Pitchfork album review or a Stereogum blog post—have a different set of needs than your average major-label […]
A new benchmarking study sheds some light on common chapter-relations practices at associations, but it falls short of stating the value of chapters—because so few associations are measuring it.