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  1. For those of you who have a club Facebook presence, did you set it up as a "Group" or a "Page"? As I understand it, a Page increases your club's visibility, as it can be found by search engines, but there's no real security-- anyone can post a comment on it. If you set up as a Group, you can restrict both access and membership, at the expense of visibility. Just looking for some feedback on what option you picked and why, and what your experience has been.....
  2. I'm researching a problem that I'm sure all clubs and non-profits have: Looking for a membership management tool that is low cost (or free) to manage the club mailing list, and our annual show attendee list. Our club has two distinct, and slightly different needs: 1. Manage the membership list for sending our newsletters and other emails to the dues-paying members of the club. 2. Collect and build a "customer list" of vendor contacts and attendees for our annual show. Currently we have a solution for #1, but not for #2. We don't want a combined list, as we don't want to send internal club business emails to our "customer" list. Right now, all we have is a collection of emails the club officers have collected over the past few years, but no central repository that any of us can access. Yes, we could just build out a spreadsheet and keep them there, but that puts the burden on one person to collect and manage the list. I have googled the topic, and found that there are a variety of online services that offer email management for non-profit organizations. Many offer free service for a list up to X members, with a sliding cost above that. But those solutions seem to be oriented more as a membership tool than a customer tool. So I figured that before I go and try to our half a dozen free or lost cost solutions, I'd ask here.... I'm sure this a problem other clubs must have already solved.....?
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