Hear ASAE's Non-Dues Revenue Story

Plus recommendations for YOUR association's revenue journey

It’s no secret that ASAE works like a well-oiled machine. From a robust career center to engaging communications vehicles and comprehensive sponsorship programs, their revenue story is unique within the industry. We’re excited to be able to share a slice of that story by hosting ASAE's Betsy Piper/Bach, JD, CFP, CIMA, Jennifer Baker, MSW, CAE, and Karl Ely, CAE, for Association Adviser's September webinar.

  • When: Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. ET
  • Why: Learn about the evolution of ASAE’s revenue generation and how your association can create a similarly successful story
  • Cost? Free!

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We currently use Naylor for print and digital [communications]. The results have been fantastic. We added an extra issue of the magazine and enhanced our digital presence, with rave reviews from our members. Our revenue has grown each year, with a 22% increase in 2015. Our magazine holds an 87% advertiser renewal rate. I would highly recommend Naylor to any company or association.

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Cover Your REAR

Knowing which media types are the most effective is as simple as covering your REAR: Relevancy, Engagement, and Revenue. These three guideposts should direct your association’s communication strategies because they all have a direct impact on the health of your communications. Are members paying attention? Are they interacting with our resources and advertisers? Are we maximizing the advertiser value of our communications, and thus the amount of non-dues revenue with which we can supplement our overall budget?

Our team came up with a guessing game to briefly introduce and explain nine communication channels that can help associations excel in these three areas. Ready to play?

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