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Are Your Vendors Engaged? Would You Like Them to Be?

Are Your Vendors Engaged? Would You Like Them to Be?

Rumor has it, in some association circles, trade show attendance is struggling. This could spell trouble for how vendor members find value in belonging to your organization. While some industries may be feeling the pain more than others, it is never a bad time to think about the ways you are engaging your vendor/supplier members. Read on for a handful of ideas on engaging your vendor-side members in effective and successful ways.

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Be Happy Online!

Posted by Sarah Hill

Since starting at MemberClicks, home of the "Small Staff Smile," social media presence has looked a lot sunnier from where I sit.

You have to admit, life online can get rather... turbulent. When people don't have to face someone to lodge a complaint, but your audience is hundreds (sometimes thousands or millions) people tend to get harsh. If you don't believe me, scroll back in time to the last election, or find any facebook page dedicated to any politician or notorious defendant in a trial (think OJ Simpson or Casey Anthony.)

MemberClicks focuses on the smiles, though. Almost every morning we try to post something to inspire a happy face for our readers, followers, and fans. It's great from our point of view because we love to spread smiles, but also it's a nice break from all the uncensored negativity online.

In my latest post with SocialFish "Why are we all chugging the Hateraid online?" I address this unhappy issue and talk about MemberClicks' approach to spreading the happy instead.

"My company, MemberClicks, chooses to focus on the happy. As long as the platforms cooperate technically, every day we upload something to make our audience smile. Sometimes it’s random happy faces, but cute animals always world. Always. The result is greater reach through new likes and follows."

Chek out the rest of the article here.

Take a look at your association's online content. While it doesn't always have to be puppies and sunshine, chances are your audience will appreciate the positive outweighing the negative.

Make your association bring the happy online

Topics: social media for associations

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