Joining an Organization
In principle this web.stuff ought to work at least as well as direct mail in generating new members for organizations. In practice, this seems not to be the case, but hope springs eternal .....
- American Amateur Press
- A straightfoward pitch - "Should you join? Frankly, this hobby isn't everybody's dish."
- American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- A very nicely done implementation. I joined!
- Democratic National Committee
- A very nice implementation from a technical perspective. Along with a well written pitch, and all the options for payment, this is a definite must-see. But it is buried pretty deeply within their pages, and you might miss it otherwise.
- Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Check it out!
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Nuts and Bolts. The rest of the webspace explains the organization, and if that doesn't convince you, nothing here will.
- Institution of Electrical Engineers
- Lots of different membership tiers -- at least one just right for you!
- Interactive Multimedia Association
- A very well elaborated and implemented membership recruitment interface. A must see.
- International Wildlife Coalition
- This is a very nice implementation, both technically and stylistically.
- Natural Resources Defense Council
- A must see, and check out the James Taylor tote-bags. The premiums are more subdued than the International Wildlife Coalition, but still prominently featured.
- PAC-SJ - Preservation Action Council - San Jose
- A basic membership pitch -- nothing fancy.
- RAN Rainforest Action Network
- Nice implementation authored by IGC using the Netscape Commerce Server. For users with browsers such as NetScape, this page suports SSL protocol secure transmission of credit card information.
- It doesn't get much simpler than this.
Maintained by John Pike
Updated Thursday, October 16, 1997 11:33:31 AM