How an Online Member Community Can Increase Association Engagement

Want to set your association above the rest in terms of member engagement and communication? Say hello to the advantages of an online member community. Having an easily accessible yet secure online member community is something that can give associations an edge up on their competition. If you have the ability to provide members with an authentic...

Want to set your association above the rest in terms of member engagement and communication? Say hello to the advantages of an online member community.

Having an easily accessible yet secure online member community is something that can give associations an edge up on their competition. If you have the ability to provide members with an authentic space to communicate not just with one another, but with your association’s staff as well, you’ll be in the clear to open your doors to more member engagement.

In today’s installment of #WebScribbleWednesday, we’re covering the in’s and out’s of having a great online member community for your association. From integrating your community onto your association’s website for seamless branding, to what best practices you can use to put your member community in top shape, there’s a lot to unpack in this webisode.

This episode will go through a variety of aspects, including the importance of having an online member community, different options you can use to set something up that works best for your association, and how to keep the ball rolling in terms of member communication and engagement within your community. So, sit back and enjoy our latest episode of #WebScribbleWednesday: How an Online Member Community can Increase Association Engagement.

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