In this digital age, creating visually unique online content is the key to attracting an interested audience. Making it relevant to your target market will help you increase interaction and reach your goals. Adding a call to action in every post you make will enable readers to add value to your community and provide feedback. In this vein, it’s not only the content that you produce that matters, but how you present it.
Are you struggling to gain and maintain event registrations? You’re not alone. Here at Sengii we’ve been working to solve this problem since 2015. The crux of the problem is that events offered by cheap or free competition is eating [...]
I was asked a while back by a potential customer, “Why are you getting into the Event solutions market? There are already a lot of companies doing it.” The answer may surprise you.
It’s a real challenge to stay ahead of the needs of the members of your association. Sengii’s Online Community is designed to help you do just that and more, by staying connected and providing constant value to keep them coming back. Our online community allows your members to stay engaged and easily share their ideas and feedback. Members can have discussions by web, mobile app, and email; and share their experience and expertise to help each other. Sengii is more than an online community, it
Sometimes I get asked, “What makes Sengii different or unique compared to other Online Community vendors?” I don’t think there is any one specific thing, but here are three reasons that I think our customers choose us over the competition: [...]
Sometimes we hear from associations that they use a mainstream social network to fulfill their Online Community benefit for members. Are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube Online Communities? Mainstream social networks seem like a great way to gain traction with your members, so why would you need a private Online Community?
It’s increasingly common that AMS/CRM come with built-in online community options. This has some great advantages compared to dedicated community software, such as low or no additional costs, and out of the box integration. So why pay more? The main difference between a built-in community and a dedicated community has to do with the features. I’m a big believer that the core features are what matters most, and by that I mean the communication options. At its core a community is a communications
If you’ve been shopping around for a community, you’ve probably noticed the cost varies widely. Some companies charge based upon member count, or active users, or even your revenue! The best price fit really depends on your goals.