Articles Tagged ‘digital publishing platform’

3 Must-Have Tools for Conferences

Published by Sara Olbrantz on February 23rd, 2012

As you may have heard, CareerCast.com named “Event Coordinator” the 6th most stressful job of 2012.

As a person who coordinates meetings and annual conferences for associations, you understand

Attract More Association Members – Fuel the Social Media Addiction

Published by Sara Olbrantz

It’s official. Social media is the new age cigarette addiction.

It’s no longer a question of, “Camel or Marlboro?” Today it’s more like, “Retweet or Like?”

In a recent study

3 Ways to Market Your Association Knowledge Center

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Is your association’s content from annual meetings, training events and educational publications centralized in one online location making your association findable by Google? Does your online hub also have advanced

Mobile Technology and Associations- Still Confused?

Published by Steve Manicor

After attending the ASAE Tech show earlier this month it’s apparent the association community, like the rest of the world, is embracing mobile devices. Not only were smartphones and tablets

Manage Access to Online Content and Create Subscriptions

Published by Steve Manicor

Many associations are hesitant to put their printed conference proceedings books and perfect bound course publications online in fear non-members or non-attendees will get a hold of education.

Do you

4 Ways to Increase Non-Dues Revenue with Digital Publishing Platforms

Published by Steve Manicor

We’ve rarely met an association that frowned upon non-dues revenue.

Are you using your conference proceedings, publications and speaker presentations to increase non-dues revenue? Do you use these valuable assets

Digital Publishing Platforms | Conference Handouts Website or Online Archive?

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Looking for a new, affordable way to put conference proceedings, speaker presentations or session handouts online for your next annual meeting?

Or maybe your association is looking for a way