Last week we made a pretty big announcement. WebLink is joining forces with MemberClicks, and we couldn’t be more excited! By coming together, we’ll have more resources and people power to do what we do best - to serve you and your members!
We announced some very exciting news yesterday! As you may have heard, WebLink has been acquired by MemberClicks, an association management software company located in Atlanta. Read the full press release here.
You may have some questions, so we want to provide you with a few answers. Take a look!
Gather ‘round the digital campfire, association professionals, for a harrowing tale of data loss and devastation. This is the tale…of the on-premise Association Management Software solution!!!
Often, the choice to go to a conference or event is totally out of your hands. Attendance and travel costs, plus your time out of the office, all need to be taken into consideration and approved by “the powers that be”…aka, your boss. And maybe even their boss.
Customer reviews play an important part in today’s purchase decision-making cycle. The everyday consumer now has many, many platforms for telling the world their unfiltered thoughts about a product or service experience. As a consumer, this can be very helpful. We can turn to each other to learn more about something before a purchase is made. But as an organization, it’s a fine line to walk.
Part of determining what the best software solution is for your association is knowing what questions to ask when you’re exploring your options.
While having Association Management Software means another line item on your budget, it can often pay for itself. After all, these systems are designed to specifically to make association life easier – and that means in revenue growth, too.
This guest post written by KiKi L'Italien originally appeared on the Amplified Growth blog.
When you communicate with members, do you always tell them what you want them to do? If not, you're missing out on a great opportunity to accomplish your association goals, while serving your members.
Tell me how many times you’ve read this sentence in the last few years:
“With all the different ways we can communicate with each other nowadays, it’s easy for your message to get lost in the clutter!”
Probably, like, a million – right?