The American Philatelic Society’s membership numbers are well down from its 1980s peak. Youth engagement is central to its new recruitment strategy.
The American Dental Hygienists' Association has a big presence on Instagram, where it highlights member stories every week and once a month gives a student member full-account access for a day-in-the-life look.
As member interaction moves online, leverage digital communities to create year-round buzz for in-person meetups, says Personify. Also: Keep your corporate partners happy.
The one-year program is designed to give underrepresented groups opportunities to experience museum work firsthand.
What the future of paid membership subscriptions could look like on Facebook, from The Membership Guys podcast. Also: how bad data hygiene can mess up your direct mail campaign.
When your industry is red hot and your membership numbers are, too, how do you sustain your momentum? The Robotic Industries Association takes a three-pronged approach.
The American Bar Association House of Delegates has approved a series of reduced membership rates intended to attract new lawyers or bring back lapsed members to the organization. In another change, the ABA website is moving to a metered paywall model.
The Experimental Aircraft Association is providing seed funding to clubs as a way to boost membership and chapter engagement.
Associations can use an online form to gather updates and announcements from members that can be turned into content for the magazine, website, or future professional development programming.
Privacy and ads are pushing users away from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. One small association’s solution: Emphasize engagement, not products. Having a harder time these days connecting with your members on social media? It might be that they’re feeling frustrated by it and tuning it out more. According to a report released last week by […]