Frequently Asked Questions About Your ANA Membership | ANA

Frequently Asked Questions

About Your ANA Membership

  1. How do I create an account?

    To create a personal ANA account and tap into your benefits immediately:

    1. Start with this page. You will need your business email address.

    2. You’ll receive an email with your username and a password for immediate access. You may subsequently personalize your password.

    3. Also, it's a great idea to immediately establish your email preferences so that you receive information that is most relevant to you.


  2. I can’t log in. What is my password?

    If you’ve forgotten your password, enter your business email address on this page to reset your password. You can also contact for help.


  3. What tier/membership level does my company have?

    There are multiple ways to find out what tier/membership level your company enjoys:

    • If you are logged in, you can review the information within the “Membership” section of the Member Welcome Center on the ANA home page.

    • Contact your ANA Member representative. If you’re not sure who your representative is, please email and ask to be connected with your representative.

    If you’re unsure if your company is currently an ANA member, you can review our member lists:


  4. Is there a limit to how many people can access our corporate membership?

    It depends on your organization's ANA membership tier. 

    • For Client-Side Marketers with full benefits, there’s no limit to how many employees can access your corporate membership.

    • For Marketing Solutions Providers and Nonprofits, the number of employees who may participate is based on your membership tier:

      • Platinum membership allows up to 200 participants.

      • Gold membership allows up to 20 participants.

      • Silver membership allows up to 10 participants.


  5. How can I see who from my company has created an ANA account and how they are utilizing our ANA membership?

    Contact your ANA member representative, who can run a report of all active participants under your company membership. If you’re not sure who your member representative is, please email and ask to be connected with your representative.


  6. Can I view a past webinar?

    Yes, if you’ve missed a webinar, there’s no need to worry! The ANA records all webinars for on-demand viewing.

    1. To start, review the list of past ANA webinars.

    2. Select the past webinar you wish to view.

    3. A new page will open that includes a description of the webinar. Once on-demand viewing is available for a webinar, a link to the recording will appear within the “Related Content” section along with any additional related materials.


  7. What is the best way to socialize ANA resources with our team?

    There are a few ways to socialize resources with your team:


  8. With the ANA hosting more than 700 events a year, what speaking opportunities are available to interested members?

    The ANA is always looking for qualified presenters for our events. Speaking opportunities include national conferences, half-day conferences, webinars, committee meetings, and podcasts. We have a strong preference for Client-Side Marketers, which is the speaker constituent that most highly resonates with our members.

    To help us better evaluate submissions, please consider the following:

    • Speaker proposals for any event should be submitted at least six months before the event takes place. You can review our full calendar of events here.

    • Any proposed session should provide attendees with a learning experience that leaves them with insights they can immediately take back to their organizations.

    • Presenters who are not Client-Side Marketers (e.g., consultants, academics, or agencies) are welcome to submit proposals; however, we recommend co-presenting with a Client-Side Marketer to raise the session to a “case study” and negate any perception of a “sales pitch.”

    • The ANA does not compensate speakers or pay for travel costs.

    • Generally, a release will be required for the content and audio/video of your presentation. This allows us to post it to our website and/or other distribution channels.

    To be considered, please submit a description of your proposed session. Because the ANA receives many speaker submissions, you will only be contacted if your proposal fits our members’ current needs.


  9. How can I get published on the ANA website?

    There are several ways you can be published on our website:

    • Members and nonmembers can contribute to our Marketing Knowledge Center. Content may be shared in member-facing emails. (Word counts apply).

      Submitted content must check three boxes:

      1. It provides value to our members – whether informational, educational, inspirational, or instructive.

      2. It is devoid of overt sales language.

      3. It is devoid of any unsubstantiated claims

      Whenever your content is ready, email it to us and we’ll assign it to an editor for consideration.

    • Members and nonmembers may also submit content to the ANA’s Industry Insights blog. Contribution details can be found on the blog landing page.

    • Additionally, members can send proposals for feature-length contributions (i.e., stories reaching 1,500 words) for the ANA’s online publication, ANA magazine. Published articles will be housed in the ANA Marketing Knowledge Center, featured in ANA magazine, and shared in member- and nonmember-facing emails.

      Contributions must meet the same standards noted above.

      Story proposals can be sent for consideration to ANA magazine’s lead editor, Andrew Eitelbach, at


  10. Do you have a job board we can post to, and is there is a cost?

    There are two job boards where ANA members can post job openings at no cost. One of the job boards is tailored to the nonprofit community.

    • ANA members can complete this form to submit their open job opportunities for posting on our website at no cost. Opportunities with our member companies can be publicly viewed and will expire three months from the date of publication. If you have any questions or need any adjustments once the job opportunity is submitted, please email us at

    • Posting on the Nonprofit Job Openings page is complimentary for ANA nonprofit member organizations and available at a cost to their agency and supplier partners and nonmembers. Specifications for posting and the pricing structure are posted at the bottom of the page. Please email Alicia Osgood at if you have questions or to submit a posting for publication.