Do you connect with your members enough?


In the numerous conversations that we’ve had with car and bike clubs, it often surprises us just how little some clubs officially communicate with their members. Communication generally seems to both start and stop with the club magazine. Now that was fine 20 years ago when expectations were different, but …

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Facebook – Follow, Like, Share, Comment

Facebook - Follow, Like, Share and Comment

What does it mean and why do I want it? Following on from our previous blogs of why websites are important and how we need social media, we are now discussing some of the interactions that we want on Facebook. These are Follow, Like, Share and Comment – BUT … …

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Common Club Website Mistakes

Our Club websites are our shop window to the world and in keeping with that analogy the layout must be pleasing to encourage visitors to come in, we must present a friendly human face to greet our visitors and everything must be easy to find. Here, we are sharing ten …

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Is Facebook killing the club Forum?

Is FB killing the Forum

The forum has long been the mainstay of the classic car club since the late ’90s as the primary means of community driven information. Before that, the technology available to clubs was restricted to the mailing list server where an individual would send an email to the ‘group’, and the …

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