“I use AI all the time.” I hear this almost everywhere I go. Anytime people hear that I use AI incessantly, and even teach it to chambers of commerce and their members, that’s what they tell me. “It’s a lifesaver.” “Saves me so much time.” “It’s changed everything for me.” At first, I would smile, nod and agree. But now,

I have spent the last two months mired in LinkedIn. Deep dive. In that time, I have posted every day, engaged best practices, more than doubled the size of my network, made some outstanding contacts, and learned a lot. I did it for two reasons… One, to create broader awareness of what we do at Momentum, and… Two, to pick

I’ve finally thought of a great metaphor to demonstrate exactly where Momentum’s work fits into the sales process. The concept for this blog came to me around the Holidays, and I’ve been chipping away at it, waiting for the right moment to post. What’s cool is that, even though I started with Momentum, the analogy is not a sales pitch,

I’ve been thinking more and more about the use of ChatGPT as a competitive advantage for chambers of commerce. … And not using it as a competitive disadvantage. A significant principle that I, and other ChatGPT trainers out there, are focused on is that AI is a tool you can use for productivity, freeing up time for higher-level activities. It

When it comes to the evolving landscape of chamber of commerce marketing and communications, I’ve been contemplating an important question this year: Does nuance – the power of language – matter anymore? As a fan, I like to believe it still does. Check this out: Join us Wednesday morning for a panel on Understanding the State’s New 2024 HR Regulations.

So, why, if we run a popular paid chamber of commerce webinar on Stepping Up Your Chamber’s AI Game , would we do a blog on the same topic, and give away some of the secret sauce? Well… Firstly, it’s important. If you’re not utilizing AI to make your chamber stronger, all signs say that you’re falling behind. Our webinar