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12 Top Association Articles from 2016

Written by Christina Green | on December 28, 2016 at 8:45 AM

Remember Cliffs Notes, the popular synopses of required reading and classic literature? For some of us, they were a go-to back in high school. They condense a tome like War and Peace into 25-30 pages, giving you the highlights along with a few symbolic references that high school English teachers eat up.

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Topics: Associations, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Five Social Media Marketing Trends for 2017

Written by John Foley, Jr. | on December 27, 2016 at 9:30 AM

In social media marketing, whenever a door closes, another one has opened. Changes in technology constantly give marketers new opportunities while making old options obsolete. The quicker your association adapts, the better you will be at using social media to your advantage. 

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Topics: Marketing, Social Media, Marketing Automation, Online Community

4 Ways to Use Nostalgia to Grab Your Customers' or Members' Attention

Written by Christina Green | on December 27, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Author Tom Wolfe made a statement with the title of his novel, You Can't Go Home Again.

Maybe he's right that we can't go back to our childhood rooms or the other good times in our lives, but you certainly can remember them through nostalgia. And many of us do. For better or worse, nostalgia can be an influential force in all our lives, one which associations and businesses can harness to build engagement.

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Topics: Associations, Marketing Automation, Online Community

What's Next? 6 Membership Trends to Watch in 2017

Written by Christina Green | on December 22, 2016 at 8:30 AM

It seems like only yesterday we were worried about what would happen when the computers hit the year 2000. Now it's nearly 2017 and a lot has changed.

Just think about technology. I was watching a movie from 2001 recently and one of the main characters had a laptop. They said the word "laptop" with the same reverence of someone talking about the "goose that laid the golden egg." In 2001, a laptop was a prized possession. Most families had only a desktop because at that time, laptops cost twice as much. Only traveling businessmen cutting-edge techies had them.

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Topics: Associations, Member Experience, Marketing Automation, Online Community

5 Factors that Can Make or Break Your Association Website Redesign

Written by Julie Dietz on December 19, 2016 at 8:30 AM

There was wood everywhere. Paper on the floor, nails on what was left of the counter, and a paint-splattered drop cloth was all that protected the kitchen tile. It was a mess.

That's how my kitchen looked during its recent upgrade. The end result was beautiful, but redoing an entire room was a huge undertaking.

It took weeks to finish, cost a fortune, and there were probably at least half a dozen considerations that I didn't fully think through before work got started.

That's how a website redesign feels.

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Topics: Associations, Marketing Automation, Online Community

3 Things Your Conference Attendees Want to Do on Their Phones [Research]

Written by Julie Dietz on December 12, 2016 at 8:30 AM

77% of people say that when they're attending live events they often (or always) use their smartphones for business. Another 13% say they sometimes use their smartphones, while only 10% say they rarely or never use their phones.

That means that 90% of your event attendees are on their smartphones.

So where are you?

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Topics: Online Community Software, Marketing Automation, Online Community

5 Must-Haves for Your Mobile Event Experience

Written by Julie Dietz on December 7, 2016 at 8:30 AM

I hated the last event app I used.

Every time I opened it, I had to sign in all over again. It didn't save my login information, so I had to manually type in my email address and password multiple times a day.

Then, to make matters worse, the app didn't have all the information I needed. It didn't include the event emails detailing lunch options (I had to dig through my inbox), nor did it have session surveys or a map of the conference center.

Have you ever used an app like that?

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Topics: Online Community Software, Marketing Automation, Online Community

How Much Does an Event App Cost?

Written by Christina Green | on December 1, 2016 at 8:30 AM

If you're considering creating a mobile app for your members, you're not alone. There are roughly 2.2 million apps in the Google Play store and close to 2 million in the Apple App Store. Each of those apps cost quite a bit of money, although how much money ranges from several thousand dollars to several million.

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Topics: Collaboration Tools, Marketing Automation, Online Community

How the Computer in Your Pocket Has Changed Event Attendee Behavior

Written by Julie Dietz on November 28, 2016 at 8:30 AM

"There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home."

What a spectacularly incorrect statement.

Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corporation (which has since been acquired by Compaq, then Hewlett-Packard), said this in 1977. Now, less than 40 years later, we not only have computers in our homes, we have them in our pockets, purses, and even our jewelry.

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Topics: Associations, Member Engagement, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Need to Improve Your Cybersecurity? Start with These 3 Tips

Written by Steve Balthazor on November 23, 2016 at 8:30 AM

DDoS "“ distributed denial of service. Even a few years ago that phrase was relatively obscure, known mostly to computer security experts, programmers, and those who were technically-minded. To the rest of us, it was just another acronym.

Now, you may regularly hear about DDoS attacks and other cybersecurity threats over your morning cup of coffee. Even alarming stories about stolen logins, passwords, addresses, and credit card information have become commonplace.

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Topics: Online Community Software, Marketing Automation, Online Community

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