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Below find the newest small staff-relevant resources we've tagged for you. If you find small staff-relevant resources on the website not already listed on this page, please submit the link here.

  1. Two Languages, One Magazine, Many Challenges
    If you've ever considered translating your publications into one or more foreign languages, make sure you know the key challenges you'll face. One association shares its experience in publishing a bilingual magazine. September 28, 2009
  2. Welcome to the Social Media Frontier
    The National Association of Dental Plans, with fewer than 10 staff, has started an online community for its members and found success in driving engagement. September 28, 2009
  3. Strategies for Repurposing Association Content
    More than 40 association PD professionals joined the call during the August Professional Development Virtual Lunch Date. Here's a recap of the discussion on innovative ways to repurpose your content to better the professional development of all your members. September 16, 2009
  4. Create a YouTube Channel for Your Association
    If your organization regularly captures video of speakers, sessions, and demos, consider cataloging those videos by creating your own YouTube channel. This primer offers step-by-step instructions for creating your own channel and posting your videos to make them easily accessible to members and others. August 25, 2009
  5. Maximize Free Public Relations Buzz
    Working with the media is all about building relationships. If you can get them what they need, they’ll be your best source for free publicity. July 20, 2009
  6. What to Do When the Joke’s on You
    Speaking to a reporter on behalf of your industry is hard enough at the best of times. But when you’re fighting an uphill battle against stereotypes and preconceived ideas, you’d better put your game face on. Three association execs who regularly grapple with media misconceptions share their strategies for getting the real message out. May 1, 2007
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