Informal, online monthly meetups give members a chance to connect with peers, explore hot topics, and enjoy small-group discussions.
Giving members the option of a dues grace period can be mutually beneficial.
The Massachusetts Society of CPAs goes the extra mile for members facing mental health issues and stress. Here are some of its leadership tips and proven tools to help members cope when they need it most.
By going beyond networking, you can connect with your community on a deeper level. Some first steps to take to develop social capital.
The Produce Marketing Association’s Center for Growing Talent is releasing a video series on women in the industry. The series looks at issues that women have been dealing with during the pandemic, with the goal of engaging members in discussion.
Finding out what a member wants from your association as soon as they join establishes an immediate connection and creates a customized experience—for the member and the association. That’s a win-win.
Vanity metrics are nice, but your key performance indicators should focus on the relationship between engagement and business results, says the founder of Community by Association.
Hearsay posted on social media about association announcements before their official release can cause headaches. One association came up with a solution to counter misleading chatter and reassert itself as its community’s official news source.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, these associations are bringing their communities together to provide support and thanks to those going above and beyond.
Looking for simple, inexpensive ways to keep members engaged in a virtual world? Here’s one solution.