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It’s funny how the norms of technology change; I can distinctly remember, as a kid, recording songs off the radio onto a cassette so I could listen to them on my Walkman on my way to school. Now, I can shop for pretty much anything from an app on my phone while I’m getting food delivered thanks to another app,... more
Properly branding your club or association is essential; you must create a good-looking and cohesive brand that instantly identifies you and what you stand for. Getting your branding right is incredibly important and can go a long way in getting your club's name out there and growing your brand and membership.
Often, the difference... more
A few months ago, I wrote an article about The Best Ways To Use Your Blog Module For Things That Aren’t Blogs. In that article, I mentioned that the Member Jungle blog module could be turned into a classifieds section for your club.
The Position Vacant Module is one of the Member Jungle system’s least-used parts. This is for a few key reasons. However, none of these reasons are that the Position Vacant Module isn’t helpful. In the right hands, it can be a very useful feature of your system. It can even start bringing extra money into your association or club.
Editing videos can be a real pain and a lot of fun. It's a task that most people put off for ages, but once they get started, they enjoy themselves and end up with a video they're really proud of.
Between my previous job at a large TV station and my time at uni, I have spent more time than I'd care to remember in a dark... more
As I’m sure you know, using AI to help your club has been a topic we’ve covered a lot here at Member Jungle. That’s because, at the rate that AI technology is advancing, there is something new to tell you about every week.
This week, we are going to talk about how the advancements in AI can help you create better... more
Polls are a simple and effective way to determine how your club members feel about a particular issue. They can be used for everything from working out what dates work best to host a certain event, voting on who will fill a specific club role, to asking your members how they felt a past club event went.
They are a simple and effective... more
Christmas is both a wonderful and stressful time of the year. As much as it’s loved ones, presents, good weather, cricket and Paul Kelly’s How To Make Gravy, it is also commuting to different families' houses, unbearably hot, ungodly amounts of time in the car and massively expensive. It tends to be a real mixed bag of a holiday.
Accidents happen; that’s just a fact of life. A friend of mine once drunkenly fell off a balcony and landed in a tree. While demonstrating to me what happened, he fell off for a second time. He missed the tree that time around.
Unfortunately, an accident may one day happen during one of your club events, and if it does, it... more