Whether you are using free tools or a legacy system, sooner or later every organization confronts the need to buy modern, professional advocacy software. Advocacy software makes it easy for grassroots professionals to do the things they need to do every day – such as acquiring new advocates, moving advocates to take action, and tracking campaign activity to measure efficacy.
Advocacy can be very different in an election year, and the consequences may never be greater than in 2020. Learn how to tune up your advocacy program for maximum impact before the primary season starts next year.
During a recess, lawmakers are often holding meetings, town halls, and making various public appearances. The best advocacy programs are planning their campaigns around these out-of-session periods, as it becomes easier to garner attention and generate awareness about your organization or cause.
Digital advertising is a powerful method for organizations to share their advocacy campaigns with new and existing supporters—are you leveraging it for your advocacy efforts? Learn how to acquire, engage, and mobilize new supporters using digital advertising strategies.
We analyzed anonymous, aggregated data from hundreds of nonprofit organizations, associations, and companies that use our platform to identify unique insights about what works in digital grassroots advocacy—and what doesn’t. Get an inside look into trends and patterns in the data, and our predictions for the future.
Learn how to effectively manage your key contacts—including how to survey advocates, identify existing relationships, and track meetings between your organization’s leaders and lawmakers.
Learn how to host an effective fly-in—including how to prepare your advocates for legislative meetings, tactics that can be implemented post-event to maintain the momentum, and how to engage advocates who aren’t able to attend but are still interested in participating.
Learn how our clients brought their advocacy campaigns into the daily lives of their supporters, by leveraging the channels that people use every day, including Facebook Messenger and SMS/texting.
The 2018 Election resulted in a balance of power shift in the House, and the most diverse Congress in U.S. history. Learn the most effective ways to get the attention of the New Congress from the perspective of an advocacy group and a Hill staffer.
As we head into the start of the new year, we look at the advocacy tactics that worked in 2018 and the ones that didn’t, and ask the experts what they think will be most effective in 2019. Watch this webinar to hear from advocacy pros on what will work in the new year.