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Quick clicks: Deep thoughts

There's some great thinking going on in the association blog community and elsewhere this week--plus some neat tools and ideas.

- Kevin Holland at Association Inc. proposes some new rules for association growth, and Tony Rossell at the Membership Marketing blog adds his thoughts.

- Jamie Notter of the Get Me Jamie Notter blog has some musings on the challenges of volunteer management, especially when some volunteers are more helpful than others.

- Lindy Dreyer at the Association Marketing Springboard blog talks about how associations can support members in transition.

- The Logic + Emotion blog shares some great examples of companies using social media to directly and imaginatively engage with their customers.

- Cindy Butts at the AE on the Verge blog has some great early results to share from a social media campaign her association is undertaking to promote home ownership in Maine.

- The Newseum's website has a cool tool: a map linked to the front pages of hundreds of newspapers from around the world.



Thanks for the link love, Lisa. It's a real service to the community that you bring people's attention to what's being written out there. It has helped the blogoclump to grow.

Thank you, Jamie! It's fun to be able to point to all the good stuff going on among association bloggers, and the growth of the blogoclump. I'm really looking forward to this year's Bloggercon at Annual!

Thanks, Lisa. You're awesome. And I'm not just saying that cause you linked to me. ;-) I'd also like to point out a post from a relative newcomer...

- Chris Davis at the Beginning Marketer blog talks about the changing approach to listening in his post "Are you smarter than a 5th grader?" http://beginningmarketer.blogspot.com/2008/04/are-you-smarter-than-fifth-grader.html

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