Judy has been tasked to grow her association’s memberships, she looks internally to find weaknesses that could potentially be holding back prospective members. The first factor considered was the associations website.
A website is a tool specifically to engage visitors. Having a professionally designed website will create a stronger sense of value, trust and realism that welcomes possible members. Your website is one of the first impressions an outsider will have on your association or organization, make it a good one!
Now that Judy's member management software is implemented, managing her 1000 members has been a breeze. Being in control of association management, Judy determined it was time for the association to grow it memberships! Judy developed a plan to increase memberships using these 5 simple steps purely through online resources!
As an administrator of a professional association with 1000 members, Judy’s arms are moving in every direction. Judy has a title of 'administrator' but realistically there are 5 different roles tied to her position. Judy needs to migrate from using several different softwares and spreadsheets for her multiple roles to an all-on-one software to work more efficiently, effectively and best of all easily!
Judy has concluded that for the holidays she wants to relax. Being an administrators of an association with 1000 members, relaxing isn’t always feasible. With a plethora of daily tasks and renewal season insight- the holidays hardly seem like holidays.
How is 2017 going to be the ultimate year? There is always great hype built up around the new year: new opportunities-new chances - which equals new goals. In reality, sadly “only 8% of people that create New Year Resolutions follow through” (Static Brain, 2016 Study reflecting /University of Scranton, Journal of Clinical Psychology).
Judy is the administrator of a professional association with 1000 members. She developed a guideline with 4 steps that would increase her chances of following through on her associations New Year Resolutions.
Tis’ the season to come together- however; Judy’s members seem astray. She understands that the holidays can be overwhelming, both stressful and joyful, but wants her members to stay involved this season. Renewal dates are approaching quickly, Judy wants to ensure her members are happy with being a part of her association.
Judy discovered three simple ways to keep the association on her member’s radar. Using an all-in-one membership management software Judy easily generated engagement and spread holiday cheer!
Topics: member engagement
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Judy is the head administrator of a professional association with 1000 members. This year she is in charge of planning the association's Christmas party. She is on a tight timeline, her member’s information is spread amongst several different software’s and needs another plugin to organize an event!
Judy knew there had to be a more efficient way of handling her organization's daily tasks and complex assignments. She found an all-in-one membership management software that suits all her needs! Here are three simple steps that Judy can focus on when planning a Christmas party her member won't forget!
As the head administrator of a professional association Judy was tasked to generate a list of members whose participation and engagement had been lacking. The board assigned her to develop a plan to shift these members from standing by to actively contributing.
Judy had 3 ideas to motivate her members
Judy is the head administrator of a professional association with 1000 members and is struggling to stay afloat. Every day she is faced with challenges, taking her focus away and making it harder for her to catch up. No matter how hard she tries to stay organized paperwork swallows her time. Flipping between spreadsheets and file folders, Judy was losing track of her members and site of her associations goals.