If you're completely new to MemberClicks, this overview will walk you through a high level overview of what our solution has to offer. We find it helpful to think of our product in four sections, which we've described below. If you're interested in digging in to a particular topic, click on that topic's name in the section below to jump in.
MemberClicks' database is the foundation of our solution. The membership database is divided up into groups of members, and membership data is stored in the form of attributes (pieces of information about your members). Along with a searchable online membership directory, this piece also includes a built in blast email tool, called the Contact Center.
2. Online Forms
Our forms section includes online membership applications, dues renewals, and event registrations. Because MemberClicks forms tie directly to your membership database, form pricing is customizable and member's information will pre-populate in forms for them once they've logged in with their Username and Password. MemberClicks also has the ability to collect donations, offer survey or election type forms, or set up a basic online store.
The Content Management System element of MemberClicks allows you to manage your own website's content via our Joomla based platform. While MemberClicks controls your website design (header, footer, navigation, and background), you as the Administrator have complete control over the pages on your site, the navigation bar, the images in your slideshow, and other textual website content. Our product uses TinyMCE, a well known web based editor, to allow you to create new pages or edit existing ones anytime. If you're using our Complete Solution, you can associate a custom domain (ex. www.memberclicks.com) with your MemberClicks website, and even create up to 15 mailboxes to go with it.
Finally, MemberClicks gives you access to a myriad of social features, or member engagement tools. We view these features as optional, icing on the cake benefits that allow your members to engage with other members, along with the organization. We recommend starting off with one or two social features to get your members onboard, but have a full list to choose from to meet any organization's needs.
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