Posts Tagged ‘My time – My way’

07
Dec
Future-Proofing your website
  • Cody Hobbs
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  • Association content delivery . Choice Paralysis . My time - My way . Next gen content delivery .

The bane of modern technology: you purchase the newest tech item, say a smart phone or tablet, only to find it's outdated before you've had time to give it its first charge.  And it looks darn good, too!  Your website is no different.  You spend months looking for the right company to build your website, finding all latest bells and whistles you want to include, spend another few months in the building phase, and by the time the site launches,…

17
Nov
Leveraging the Abilities of Millennials in the workplace
  • Allison England
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  • Association . Association content delivery . CMS . Education as a service . Marketing to millennial . millennials . My time - My way . Next gen content delivery .

Millennials are often depicted as a generation that communicates exclusively through electronic devices and is incapable of face to face communication. This stereotype follows millennials into the workplace and is sometimes frowned upon by Gen Xers and Baby Boomers in the office.  Millennials now occupy over one-third of the US workforce, a percentage that will continue to increase as the Baby Boomer generation enters retirement.  Understanding the mindset and goals of millennials is one of the best ways to leverage…

14
Sep
Are Freebies Jeopardizing Membership?
  • Cody Hobbs
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  • Association . Association content delivery . Choice Paralysis . CMS . free content . members . My time - My way . Next gen content delivery . trends .

Is the world of "free" content devaluing membership? There's no question that the information landscape is a vast place. And with tools such as Google, finding the information you need is just a few keystrokes away. And the best part? Most of it doesn't cost a dime. Educational resources, such as the Kahn Academy, offers an almost overwhelming number of online classes at no cost to the user. And Youtube tutorials feel like they come by the bushel. This isn't…