Wild Apricot Monthly Newsletter

December 2013

The Wild Apricot Team wishes you a wildly happy New Year!

Happy New Year from Wild Apricot!

No matter where you celebrate it or how you say it - we wish you a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!


Wild Apricot End of Year Infographic

The State of Wild Apricot
Year End Infographic

As we wrap up 2013, we thought it might be fun to compile some data on the state of Wild Apricot Software. So this month’s Software News debuts our first-ever End of Year Infographic.

Read more . . .


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Membership Knowledge Hub

We thought we’d share some of the most popular resources from our Membership Knowledge Hub during 2013.

How To Write Effective Meeting Minutes

  • This article offers tips and information for volunteers and/or staff of small non-profits and membership organizations who are new to the task of preparing meeting minutes for committees or Boards of Directors.

Event Planning Guide and Checklist

  • This guide offers a broad-strokes overview of event planning for members, volunteers and staff who are new to event management.

​Tips for Building Membership Engagement

  • This article offers tips, ideas and resources for leveraging key engagement touchpoints, including: engaging members through your website; enabling two-way communication and content promotion through online communities; and engaging members through social media.

What's New on the Wild Apricot Blog?

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The Best of the Wild Apricot Blog in 2013

  • Here’s a round-up of the 20 most popular blog posts from the Wild Apricot Blog in 2013.

Making All Members Feel Welcome

  • Do you have a strategy for welcoming new members and first-time event attendees?

Show Volunteers How They’ve Made a Difference 

  • A new report indicates that most volunteers simply want to be thanked and shown the impact of their efforts.

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