Over time, site search for association websites has become more and more important because of its effectiveness in engaging members. This if the search is done well and has the right functionality, of course. Research backs this assertion up. The following data highlights some data that supports the importance of site search applications: According to
What’s the most valuable asset your association has? If you said members, you’re close. It’s actually their data. What makes Amazon, Facebook and Google so valuable? It’s not that they sell a lot of things, connect a bunch of friends or get a lot of search traffic. They certainly do those things, but what makes
This year’s Nonprofit CFO of the Year awards was an incredibly lively and warm-hearted celebration. Each year founding partners West Lane & Schlager and Tate & Tryon with partner, Association TRENDS, bring together this special group of people to celebrate nonprofit CFO’s and all the hard work they do for their organizations. The Keynote speaker
Did you know Americans spend 11 hours a day engaging with electronic media? That’s not all. According to Google, 98 percent of Americans switch devices over the course of a day and IT research firm Aberdeen Group reports more than half of all companies are trying to reach us through no fewer than eight channels.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sami McPadden Phone: (202) 739-9514 Email: email@example.com Arlington, VA (09/27/19) – Association TRENDS, a division of CBIS, is pleased to announce the launch of Bumblebee, a data transformation tool designed to help associations tackle two of their biggest data challenges: duplication and data quality. Bumblebee automates data transformation and cleansing activities
Online learning tech has evolved to the point where many industries and associations are taking advantage of it. For associations specifically, the best part of using learning tech is the fact that it can successfully engage busy members and keep them motivated to stay up-to-date on developments in their fields. Offering continuing education as an