Your board of directors is an important subset (or super set) of your membership; as the heart and soul of your organization and its driving force, they should be visible on your website and else where. Most organizations publish and update their board of director information on their website manually; however, Wild Apricot users can take advantage of the Member Directory feature to automate this work.
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When creating an event in Wild Apricot, you can give the option to registrants to display their name on an attendees list. By allowing others to see who has already registered may encourage then to attend as well.
Sharing is Caring - Facebook Like & Share Buttons
Facebook has become the go-to place for online social recommendations. The Facebook "Like" button allows visitors to your website to see how many other people (and specifically, how many and which of their Facebook friends) agree with or "Like" the content of your site, page, blog post, etc. The "Share" button allows users to show the link to your site/page/blog/etc on their Facebook profiles. The "Share" button also shows a count of the total number of people who have shared your link.
You can make your Wild Apricot website more dynamic by adding an image slider. A slider or slideshow is a display of a series of images, rotating in a specified order or randomly. Some examples of using an image slider on a website includes a sponsor banner, and call-to-action buttons. The IMC Clubs, Richmond Venture Forum, and the Patent Information User Group (all Bright Clients) use a slider to display sponsor banners.