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Aimee Pagano

Aimee joins HighRoad Solution with 15+ years of integrated marketing and communications experience, primarily in client-facing roles within the association and SaaS space. Her specialties include persona development, content strategy/management, lead gen and awareness campaign development, and website development/optimization.

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By: Aimee Pagano
April 3rd, 2020

Marketers are innately poised for change. They’re inclined to think creatively and move when the market demands. Still, when it comes to making the shift from the office building to the den, or basement, or even she/he-shed, it can still be unsettling. Regardless of a marketer's nimbleness, sudden environmental and culture change is never easy. 

That's why HighRoad's marketing team is our next team up to provide Virtual Team Pro-tips.  Read what they have to say about working remotely.

Blog Feature

By: Aimee Pagano
March 31st, 2020

Many associations approach marketing automation (MA) from a purely cost-savings perspective. These associations look at the time and resources that go into their current marketing efforts, and they calculate what they could save if some marketing tasks were automated.

These associations are not wrong. If you use MA to handle some everyday marketing tasks, you will see some cost savings.

But if you don’t use MA as a springboard to greater transformation, you’re leaving money on the table.

Blog Feature

By: Aimee Pagano
March 27th, 2020

Digital marketing, and marketing in general, has two central goals: acquisition (finding the right people and converting them to customers) and retention (keeping those people engaged with your brand or organization via consistent communication). Our goals as marketers within the association space are really no different. Using a variety of methods, from annual conferences to social media ads, we hope to attract the right people to join our association, and once we’ve captured their interest and information, we hope to provide them with valuable information to keep them engaged. 

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By: Aimee Pagano
December 18th, 2019

When you switch to marketing automation, you’re also adopting a whole new marketing culture. 

This culture change can be a big shift for your team. Instead of thinking about products, they’re now thinking about personas. Rather than thinking about the needs of the association, their focus is now on the needs of the member. This affects all day-to-day operations, requiring a more strategic and data-driven approach to lead acquisition. 

And if that’s not happening, then something’s gone wrong. 

Blog Feature

By: Aimee Pagano
December 12th, 2019

Are you struggling to get new technology approved that could help you reach organizational goals? Buy-in is one of the biggest hurdles for every IT upgrade project. Before you can put any of your great plans into action, you have to present your case to the executive team and convince them to invest the association’s resources in your new platform. 

Blog Feature

By: Aimee Pagano
November 15th, 2019

Associations naturally have a DIY spirit when it comes to most things. Inspired by the can-do energy of the members, association management teams will try to tackle most tasks by themselves.