Articles Tagged ‘Social’

What Facebook’s New “Fundraiser” Pages Mean for Associations & Nonprofits

Published by Aaron Manogue

About two months ago, Facebook announced that it would be creating a Social Good team, with the purpose of building tools that will help contribute to good causes around the

Announcing the 2013 Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest winner!

Published by Gina Wentling

Congratulations to Vince Reindl, our Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest winner! With comments like, “Wow! This is the best ugly sweater I’ve seen!” and “This one is truly, truly ugly,”

Is Your Annual Conference Fulfilling Your Attendees’ Needs?

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Attendees expect a lot out of your association’s annual conference, don’t they? So, how do you make sure you are not only meeting your attendees’ expectations, but exceeding them?

If

6 Trends in Association Marketing – ASAE Report

Published by Sara Olbrantz on August 2nd, 2012

Recently, the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) released their 2012 Association Marketing Trendswatch. This was the first of its kind, which will be an annual report released by ASAE’s

How to Spice Up Your Association Content Strategy

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Have you lost the spark with your association’s content strategy?

While your association’s content strategy may have been rock solid in a few years ago, it may be time to

5 Ways to Make Pinterest Work for Your Association

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Is your association ignoring Pinterest in hopes its popularity falls stagnant like Myspace or iTunes Ping?

If you’re looking to grow your association’s membership and promote your valuable educational content,

How to Increase Quality Facebook Likes For Your Association

Published by Aaron Manogue

As part of your social media strategy, is it your association’s goal to gain 200 Facebook Likes this year? 300? 500?

Often times when talking with other social media professionals