The ball has dropped on the new year and associations across the country have a brand new set of goals for serving their members and growing their organizations in 2014.
Some associations will have goals for generating new member sales. Some will seek to improve member retention rates. Others will want to increase non-dues revenue from sources such as events, sponsorships and advertising. And, of course, some associations have goals for all three areas.
Regardless of your goals, demonstrating value to your members and growing your association is critical for your success in 2014 and you need more than just goals to achieve success.
You need a plan of how to get there and key strategies you can use to accomplish your goals.
WebLink will host a webinar on Wednesday, January 22 titled, "3 Key Strategies to Grow Your Membership in 2014" to demonstrate how associations can drive growth for their membership - and their bottom line.
If you are looking to grow your membership and you are ready to make this year a successful one, attend this webinar to learn about critical strategies for optimizing your marketing efforts.
Chris Bass, Director of Marketing, will present key strategies proven to create consistent, reliable, and measurable growth for your organization.
Secure your registration to learn about the strategies you need to know in order to grow your membership.
In this webinar you'll learn:
- How your best members can increase the speed at which your organization is growing.
- What your database is telling you about your best members and how to use that information to retain them.
- Ideas to engage prospective members more effectively and turn them into promoters of your organization.
- A framework for evaluating the best few ideas that will contribute most to the growth of your organization
Webinar: 3 Key Strategies to Grow Your Membership in 2014
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
We hope you'll join us for this webinar and learn how your organization can use these strategies to provide more benefits to your members, market your association more effectively and drive growth in 2014.