Email is Cheap, but isn’t (Always) the Answer

By |2014-04-02T09:25:22+00:00April 2nd, 2014|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Communications, eLearning, Marketing, Member Engagement & Retention, Strategic Planning, Uncategorized|

This is a guest blog post by Meagan Rockett. She is the Director, Client Solutions with Greenfield Services Inc. Partnering with Professional and Trade Associations, Meagan consults and develops programs to move the needle in membership [...]

When to Bring Your Association’s Continuing Education Online

By |2014-02-13T09:20:03+00:00February 13th, 2014|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, eLearning, eLearning News, Learning Management Systems, Mobile Learning, Strategic Planning, Uncategorized|

The following is a guest post from Moira Edwards, President and Consultant at Ellipsis Partners. She is knowledgeable in associations' use of continuing education and strategic application of technology implementation. When developing your association's continuing education, you typically look [...]

What Candy Crush Can Teach Associations About Increasing Member Engagement

By |2013-10-14T10:13:54+00:00October 14th, 2013|Association eLearning Blog, Communications, Creative Design, eLearning, Game-based Learning, Gamification, Member Engagement & Retention, Mobile Learning, Uncategorized|

Candy Crush = Game-Based Learning This week’s post by Jack McGrath is featured as a guest blog post on .orgSource and discusses how associations can leverage the same game mechanics used in the Candy Crush [...]

An Interview with Jay Daughtry of Chatterbachs

By |2013-07-24T09:48:36+00:00July 24th, 2013|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Communications, Member Engagement & Retention, Online Communities, Social Media Marketing, Uncategorized|

  Networking Know-How The following is the transcript from a recent interview with Jay Daughtry, author of the ChatterBachs blog. Jay is an association enthusiast and social media strategist that brings connections, innovation, and engagement [...]

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