Member Jungle Membership Software Blog
You have an event coming up and you want this to be your best yet! How do you increase interaction with your members to get more people involved and talking about the event? Our Director of Membership, Leigh Clover, walks you through a campaign and how you can use Member Jungle’s membership software to get closer to your members.
Keep Your Membership Data Backed-up & Safe
For many organisations data backup and data management can be a challenge. Version control is another problem area that can be particularly thorny.
As a club or association administrator, secretary or organiser you need to make sure the critical data for your organisation is properly
How Can Lists Help Build Membership?
If you are running an organisation, you probably think about building your membership a lot. Make that a whole lot. You’re thinking, ”How do I recruit new members and retain the members we have?”
Building and managing a quality list is your path to association growth. Your... more
If You Haven’t Taken Your Membership Organisation Online, You Will
It’s time to think about moving your club to a membership management solution. Getting your organisation’s administration online can be a daunting task — especially if you aren’t highly tech-savvy. But let’s consider for a moment what... more
Member Jungle is a membership management software platform that functions like a club membership CRM and database plus a software system for managing association sign-ups and renewals plus a communication platform for event and important association activity reminders plus... more
From a lack of resources and volunteers to losing members and attracting the next generation, we've identified four of the issues facing membership organisations and committees in 2018, and how you can tackle and solve them.more
To celebrate International Volunteers Day, Member Jungle is launching a competition to win a long weekend RV or caravan escape, and a club pack.
Michael Barwell, CEO of Member Jungle, said the giveaway was a way of saying thank you to our unsung volunteers