Tag Archives: Association Adviser

What I’m Reading

Experiencing Facebook envy? Turns out, your friends ARE more popular than you (and probably richer and happier, too). The complete guide to LinkedIn etiquette (just in time, too, since there’s been an active conversation about this on ASAE’s Collaborate community … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

It’s trends time. Associations Now looks at what’s in and out for associations in 2014. An association-centric take on the most common – and commonly broken – New Year’s resolutions. Jamie Notter encourages us to forget about “values” and think … Continue reading

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How Smart Associations Grow Membership

Back in August in Atlanta at #ASAE13, I had the opportunity to sit down with Association Adviser TV to talk about a variety of things, including ways to engage your members. Naylor has just published the first video from that … Continue reading

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Getting the Most Out of Your Consulting Partnerships

So you’re thinking about hiring a consultant. How can you make sure the resources you’re investing in the relationship are well-spent? First question to ask yourself: should you be hiring a consultant at all? If you need the expertise all … Continue reading

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Next-Gen Membership

I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by the nice folks at Naylor for Association Adviser TV. One of the questions they asked me to address was: What are the top three things that an association can do maintain … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Joe Gerstandt urges us to take back language around diversity. Shelly Alcorn points out that GenX’s affinity for and approach to lifelong learning presents a major opportunity for associations. A more-than-slightly pro-Google take on the differences between G+, Facebook, Twitter, … Continue reading

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