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From Personalized Marketing to Predicting Client Demand: Brad Klingenberg of Stitch Fix Explains the Power of Data

Written by Molly Talbert | on October 4, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 4 minute read

Data science is a new and growing profession and many companies are scrambling to either find a data scientist or to increase their data team. But what exactly do these people do and how can they help all types of organizations?

At Super Forum 2017, we’re excited to bring Brad Klingenberg, the Vice President of Data Science at Silicon Valley startup Stitch Fix, as a keynote speaker. He’s going to talk about what data scientists can do for organizations and how they wrangle big data into actionable insights.

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Topics: B2B Communities, Associations, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Why You Should Be Obsessed With Your Customer Experience

Written by Heather McNair on October 3, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 3 minute read

Happy CX Day!

For those of you who haven’t heard of CX Day, here’s the rundown: the Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) organizes CX Day as a global celebration of the companies and professionals who create great experiences for their customers.
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Topics: B2B Communities, Customer Experience, Online Community

9 Steps for Building Member Personas

Written by Julie Dietz on September 28, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 6 minute read

How do you decide what content goes in your emails?

The best associations don’t just think up something to say because they know they need to keep members engaged – they use personas to help them find the most relevant, helpful information for each member.

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

How to Get Members to Download and Use Your Online Community’s Mobile App

Written by Julie Dietz on September 27, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

You have all the pieces in place in to go mobile – a responsive website, mobile-friendly design elements, even an online community app that lets users receive push notifications and access your community from any device. It's a great plan, especially since studies show that by using apps push notifications in your app, you could increase engagement by 2,770 percent

There’s just one problem: people aren’t using your app. They’re not even downloading it.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Engagement, Marketing, Online Community

Choose Wisely: Will an AMS or an Online Community Better Achieve Your Current Goals?

Written by Liam O'Malley on September 26, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 4 minute read

An AMS is one of the largest and most expensive software purchases your association will make – and rightly so. Association Management Software (AMS) is the go-to software tool for membership management and is incredibly valuable.

But should an AMS always be the go-to software for all associations?

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Topics: Associations, Online Community Software, Member Experience, Online Community

The Most Overlooked Must-Haves (and Dos) in an Online Community

Written by Julie Dietz on September 21, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

Want some easy to create and implement ideas that will enhance, protect and engage your community?

We’ve been in this industry for more than a decade, so we put together a list of what we consider are seven of the most underutilized online community features and processes. By making the most of these, you can save time and cut down pressure on your staff.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Engagement, Online Community Software, Online Community

Why Data Analytics is Important and How to Budget Accurately

Written by Christie Gunden on September 20, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 3 minute read

Your community contains loads of member and customer data. When you analyze it, you gain access to all types of valuable insight: which users are most engaged, what topics they’re most interested in, who is contributing to discussions and the list goes on. That data becomes even more powerful when combined with data from other systems, like an AMS/CRM, email marketing, marketing automation platform or Google Analytics.

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Topics: B2B Communities, Associations, Online Community

3 Reasons Why Online Mentoring Programs Attract New Members

Written by Julie Dietz on September 19, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 6 minute read

Question: With regard to your association, what’s keeping you up at night?

Answer 1: Not gaining new members.

Answer 2: Figuring out how and where to acquire new members.

These aren’t hypothetical examples. They are direct quotes from Marketing General’s 2017 Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report, which lists new member acquisition as one of the top three priorities for associations.

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

Is Your Company Using Online Community Data Effectively?

Written by Scott K. Wilder | on September 14, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 8 minute read

In my last post, I talked about folding community into your larger business operations to better serve customers and your company, a technique known as Community as an Integrated Service (CIS). I also laid out the fundamentals of PIE (Processes, Integrations and Ecosystems), a framework for building out CIS. Well, every pie needs filling, whether it is blueberry or raspberry. CIS’ PIE filling is Data.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Customer Communities, Online Community

How Online Communities Help Teams Build a Culture of Collaboration

Written by Molly Talbert | on September 13, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 4 minute read

According to the Harvard Business Review, before technology made it possible for companies and organizations to connect with large groups of colleagues and stakeholders anywhere in the world in real time, the average team size was around 20 people. Today, however, it isn’t uncommon for people to work in teams comprised of upwards of 100 people—many of whom interact with one another virtually and not face-to-face.

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Topics: Collaboration Tools, Online Community

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