SocialFish debuts a new feature that highlights the best in association social media. Plus: The art of membership, condensed.
An association for independent businesses is making it easier for employers to ensure they're making the right hiring decisions.
Members want more options, but there's only one of you. What do you do? Also: The benefits of repackaging your best stuff in different forms.
In a move designed to help draw attention to retail's career prospects, the industry's trade group handed its Instagram feed over to one of its best-known members. Here's why.
Not all conversations about your association or its field are taking place on the public web. Also: Keep an eye out for some Instagram action ahead of this year's ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition.
In what looks like a continuing trend, another association plans to offer multiple tiers of benefits and dues and explains how both members and the association stand to gain.
Houzz, an online platform that helps homeowners, creatives, and design professionals to share ideas and collaborate is now partnering with the American Institute of Architects.
New research suggests a path for online communities beyond the wisdom of the crowds. Also: what happens when your brand voice loses its consistency.
After announcing its rebranding this month, the National Speakers Association found itself backing away from the move in the face of member criticism of the name itself and of the group because a professional speaker had prior claim to it.
Roughly 40 percent of mid- to large-size associations reported declining or stagnant membership, according to a new engagement and performance survey. While that may be bad news or good news, depending on how you look it, the authors suggested ways associations can work to increase membership numbers.