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By: Maneesha Manges
February 1st, 2022

Ashburn, VA - February 1, 2022: HighRoad Solutions is pleased to announce the promotion of Adam Higgins to Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Maneesha Manges to Chief Experience Officer (CXO), effective January 1, 2022.

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By: Aimee Pagano
January 31st, 2022

For most associations, adopting a new technology—particularly omni-channel marketing automation platforms—is all about shepherding legacy mindsets out the door. The biggest challenge comes down to large-scale adoption of new methodologies and practices that organizations may have never used before. Or even worse, failed to successfully implement in the past. 

With any major adjustment, there are common pitfalls: expectations aren't accurately set; adaptation is rushed; or the organization isn't culturally and mutually owning their newly acquired technology. 

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By: Aimee Pagano
January 21st, 2022

As you, your fellow executives and board members gaze into the future, you may be throwing around or even “test driving” ideas of new models to diversify your revenue streams and change how you monetize your content. This could be due to revenue declines, or just the need to adapt to new market drivers. 

Whatever the reason, you're not alone. Over the last few years, a majority of associations have reported difficulties in membership engagement and growth, and have turned to innovation before degradation. 

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By: Aimee Pagano
January 12th, 2022

Associations, non-profits, and societies tend to find themselves in the perfect storm of resource-deprivation and program decentralization. 

This equates to small marketing teams with lean operating budgets working as in-house agencies to a suite of program managers. The fall-out from this often comes down to inefficacy, lack of focus, and inevitable burnout among team members. 

So what can marketing team leads and managers do to shore up scope with resource reality?

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By: Maneesha Manges
October 25th, 2021

It's been more than two decades since the New York Times Best Seller, Who Moved My Cheese, was published. And while alot has happened since the proverbial self-help book was released, the sentiment has stayed the same...

Change is hard. 

While change is inevitable and necessary, personally and professionally, it’s uncomfortable and anxiety-inducing for most.

The reality is that most people just don’t like leaving their comfort zones. And that creates challenges for marketers, who are typically organizational innovators and change agents. While you, as the association professional knows there's a need for change, broaching the topic with your internal and external stakeholders can be a painstaking effort. 

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By: Nicole Crilley
July 23rd, 2021

Earlier this summer, Apple announced its upcoming (Fall 2021) release of iOS 15, which touts a number of new privacy features that will help users control and monitor how their data is being used.

With the growing push towards increased privacy and consent-based data collection in Big Tech, this announcement comes as no surprise. So, how does it affect association marketers and professionals?

Let’s first take a deep breath, then a deep dive into why this isn't the end of all marketing as we know it 😎