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  • Is Your Association Breaking This Key Rule While Trying to Engage Younger Members?

    Donald Cowper 02 October 2017 0 comments
    Associations that struggle to attract and engage younger members typically break one key rule. In this post, membership expert Amanda Kaiser reveals what that rule is, and how you can apply it so your organization brings in younger members.
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  • Day 3: Membership Growth Online Summit - Social Media

    Anton Livaja 18 March 2016 0 comments
    How active are you in Social Media? Maybe a better question is, how has your ROI been with Social Media? The first step to turning a great ROI on Social Media is to have a great strategy. Join the Membership Growth Online Summit to hear Amy Sample Ward share her social media strategies.
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  • Building Community On Your Website

    Lori Halley 14 March 2013 0 comments
    One way to keep members and supporters coming back to your website, is by creating a sense of community. Here are some tips and ideas for building community through your website.
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  • Making a Millennial Impact

    Lori Halley 05 July 2012 2 comments
    Is your organization enabling Millennials to connect, get involved and give? The 2012 Millennial Impact Report offers some insight into engaging this generation.
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  • Villas In Tuscany and Volunteer Engagement

    Lori Halley 14 October 2011 2 comments
    Tuscan travellers and volunteer groups - both need time for orientation and reflection. Here's some insight into volunteer engagement and a reminder: Nonprofit Blog Carnival on Volunteers closes Oct. 24.
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  • Using Video to Engage Members and Supporters

    Lori Halley 03 August 2011 2 comments
    A Pew Report found that "71% of online Americans use video-sharing sites such as YouTube and Vimeo." Is it time your organization considered video?
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  • Engaging Younger Supporters

    Lori Halley 01 August 2011 4 comments
    Millennials are now the largest generation in American history. How is your organization embracing, recruiting and reaching out to this generation?
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