Introducing Association Jam – ‘Dig’ This Website
New AssociationJam.org website offers membership and cause-driven organizations a new way to share information and learn from one another
Association Jam works in a similar way to popular ‘social news’ websites such as Digg and Reddit. Community members submit news stories, blog posts, YouTube videos or any other web content. Members can vote on the stories submitted by others. Current stories with many votes are ‘promoted’ to the front page of the site, allowing the collective interests of the membership to determine what content is featured. However, unlike most social news sites that include a broad selection of technology and general news content, Association Jam is strictly focused on information relevant to associations and non-profits.
The site is a project by
Stories featured on AssociationJam.org include tips for the use of social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook for fundraising, how best to find and manage volunteers, and techniques to attract new members to an organization. “There’s an incredible wealth of information online for non-profit organizations, but sorting through it all can be quite daunting!” says Wild Apricot blogger and social technology enthusiast
About Wild Apricot
Wild Apricot is web-based software-as-a-service designed for associations, clubs, and charities and non-profit organizations. More than 15,000 organizations have already registered to use Wild Apricot service — integrated website content management, membership database, member self-service portal and event registration, e-mail communication, blogs and forums, and online payments. With pricing starting at just
Contact: Dmitry Buterin, Wild Apricot 416-410-4059 email@example.com Colin Trethewey, Loud Frogs PR 613-220-2654 firstname.lastname@example.org