BY JOE ROMINIECKI Struggling to get members engaged? Perhaps the problem’s not in your methods but in the engagement opportunities themselves. More online collaboration tools. Better messaging. Finer demographic data.

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I was reading an article in the MultiView Association Adviser and thought it was very good and worth repeating …… While there are varying opinions on the age group of

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BY JOE ROMINIECKI / AUG 31, 2016 Could you build a brand-new association using only LinkedIn for finding prospective members? Learn how one association professional has done just that. Whatever

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Boards are episodic decision-making groups, as opposed to groups that need to construct effective decisions together daily, so their tasks are usually cognitive—setting processes, considering facts, and predicting outcomes. It’s

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CAN ASSOCIATIONS ATTRACT MILLENNIALS WITH CREDENTIALING? BY EMILY BRATCHER / AUG 4, 2016 A recent study finds that more than 90 percent of educational institutions are offering credentials and digital

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GET MEMBERS’ ATTENTION WITH THEIR OWN DATA BY JOE ROMINIECKI What do people care about most? Themselves. One association turned this simple truth into a marketing success by integrating member

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TOO MANY IDEAS FOR BOOSTING MEMBER RETENTION? NEVER! BY JOE ROMINIECKI / JUN 1, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) While an in-depth look at the state of membership retention in associations awaits in the

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Article By Julie Bernhard Share this article The millennial membership mystery has had association executives scratching their heads for quite some time. Unlike the previous generation, Generation Y has only one

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A successful Board Retreat provides a number of very positive benefits, however a mediocre or poor one will haunt you for what will seem like forever!   This is a great

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STUDY SIZES UP NONPROFITS’ ONLINE METRICS BY ALLISON TORRES BURTKA / MAY 3, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) The M+R Benchmarks Study looks at how nonprofits are using email and other online means—and what

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