The Entomological Society of America’s new membership study looks at historical data to shed light on current challenges like young member retention. At the same time, ESA is asking its members to help make sense of membership trends.
Hurricane Florence poses a severe threat to the Southeast, including coastal and low-lying regions of the Carolinas. As the storm makes landfall, the Edison Electric Institute is working overtime to coordinate 40,000 utility workers.
When your members ask questions via social media, do you respond? It might hard to keep up. When one association was faced with an onslaught of direct messages, it built a chatbot to answer frequently asked questions.
The Association for Corporate Growth organizes a competition to encourage chapter leaders to promote its annual conference. Participants get two free conference registrations, plus chances to win prizes.
It’s been more than three months since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation went into effect. So, what’s changed so far for associations? Here are three ways GDPR is reshaping organizations and the member experience.
Common missteps or incorrect assumptions can jeopardize new-member relationships. The author of Retention Point, a new book on how to establish lasting connections with members, identifies three common errors organizations make in the onboarding process.
There’s a quick way to make mentorship matches. “Speed mentoring” rotates participants around a room for rapid-fire conversations with potential mentors.
Associations can enlist their members to participate in quick-sprint hackathons to help develop new products and services. In exchange, participants get a highly engaging experience. Here’s what one hackathon looked like at #ASAE18.
The Association of Academic Physiatrists incentivizes members who recruit members in August. For each new or reinstated member who joins, the referring member gets entered into a raffle.
At critical moments, your members might appreciate a text message notification over an email or phone call. Here’s how three associations are using texting for advocacy, customer service, and dues renewal.