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Preparing for Event Season: 5 Tips to Get Your Members Excited

January 22nd, 2019
Events
Audra Hopkins Events

With event season slowly creeping around the corner, it’s time for your association to get things in motion- and prepare your members for a season of fun!

How Free Events can Increase Your Association’s Member Engagement

January 17th, 2019
Events
Audra Hopkins Events

Want to raise the bar on member engagement for your association? Inviting your members to no-cost events could be the boost in interaction you’ve been looking for.

How Ditching The Lecture can Increase Association Event Attendance

January 11th, 2019
Events
Audra Hopkins Events

Want to see more of your association’s members attending your events? If your attendance rates are low, it could have to do with the activities your events hold- more specifically, the lectures.

How to Convert New Event-Goers into Returning Association Members

January 3rd, 2019
Events
Audra Hopkins Events

Getting audiences to show up to your association’s events and conferences is only half the battle. That’s right- you want to make sure you can turn those one-off event attendees into long standing members.

Email Marketing for Events: How to Boost Your Attendance Rates

December 27th, 2018
Events
Audra Hopkins Events

Driving up attendance for your association’s events is vital if you want to maintain high engagement rates- and bring in revenue while you’re at it.

6 Festive Meeting Ideas to Wrap Up with Staff Before the Holidays

December 19th, 2018
Events
Audra Hopkins Events

It’s the week before the holidays start, and your association’s team is ready to get some much deserved time off and relax. So, how do you end the year on a high note while wrapping up all unfinished business and transitioning into the holiday spirit?

How to Keep the Momentum Going After Your Association’s Event

December 11th, 2018
Events
Sabrina Gregrow Events

Your association’s events can make or break the member experience for those in attendance- even after the event is over. So, how can you keep the party going long after the event is over?