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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

10 Best Chamber Websites Of 2014

Posted by: Jeff Kline
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Whether you're looking for some design inspiration or just want to keep tabs on your fellow chambers, you'll love this list of the top 10 chamber websites of 2014!

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Chambers Facing Challenges Tales of Adaptability

Posted by: Chris Mead
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Chris Mead is senior vice president of the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives and author of The Magicians of Main Street:  America and its Chambers of Commerce, 1768-1945. In his guest blog post, Chris shares a few stories from his vast knowledge of chamber history.

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Friday, December 5, 2014

Series Wrap-Up: Supercharge Your Chamber Membership

Posted by: Kelly Fanelli
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Supercharge Your Chamber Membership #9: Kelly Fanelli's final remarks on how to drive renewals and recruit new members.

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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

How To Write An RFP For Your 2015 Website

Posted by: Jeff Kline
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Are you planning on redesigning your website? If you're looking for a new website provider, the first step is creating a Request For Proposal.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

How To Get New Chamber Members Through Referrals

Posted by: Kelly Fanelli
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Supercharge Your Chamber Membership #8: Do you need some new ideas for your chamber's referral program? Kelly Fanelli has 3 great tips to help you ask for referrals and close the deal!

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