One year in, our Membership Hack column has become your weekly two-minute read for ideas for saving time, money, and other resources while delivering value to your members. Here’s a look back at some personal favorites.
ASAE’s Technology Conference Expo kicked off on Tuesday with NASA’s Adam Steltzner, who says you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to dream big and unlock what seems impossible.
The Society for Human Resource Management took a close look at which affinity programs members wanted most. The result: a new menu of options to better meet their needs.
You don’t need to be a UX pro to understand the basic tenets of digital usability. By adopting a “don’t make me think” attitude, associations can add an element of ease to the member experience.
This year, the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading raises funds for its foundation using an online charity auction that taps into members’ passion for model airplanes.
Associations excel at launching new offerings, but they aren’t nearly as good at letting go when something outlives its usefulness. Discontinuing a product offering or service—whether a legacy favorite or a program that held high hopes but didn’t pan out—can be painful, but it pays off to manage your portfolio with a focus on meeting member needs and the organization’s goals.
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Let members decide how benefits are distributed. It's something the American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages is trying out.
A welcome e-kit saves time and money while deepening engagement. Learn what the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association included in theirs.