The New iConstituent – Redesigning CRM from the Ground Up

by Zain Khan on 2018-Sep-05 under News & Updates, Product Releases & Updates

As we prepare for a new Congress, I’m on the road with the iConstituent sales team. And I’m so proud…

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Are You Following the CRM Trend?

by Adriel Hampton on 2018-Aug-30 under Events, News & Updates, Product Releases & Updates

As FedScoop recently reported, federal agencies this year made Customer Relationship Management a top spending priority, behind only security and…

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Your NCSL CRM Sneak Peek

by Adriel Hampton on 2018-Jul-25 under Events, News & Updates

State and local governments are where information technology innovation happens – often long before trends filter up to the process-driven…

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Quick Tips for Efficiency on the CRM

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-28 under Blog

We like things to be quick and efficient. But not at the expense of helping people connect. That’s why we…

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What's the Problem with Tweeting?

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-26 under Blog

Are Twitter posts breaking the rules of the House of Representatives? This is a question that is hotly up for…

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Part Two: Telephone Town Hall Benchmarks

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-21 under Blog

In the first part of our Town Hall series, we told you about polls, geo-targeting, and timing. Now we’ll get you…

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Part One: Telephone Town Hall Benchmarks

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-19 under Blog

Our Telephone Town Hall is packed with features for you to hold live town hall meetings over the telephone. But…

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Benchmarks: Are Your Efforts at Improving Communications Paying Off?

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-15 under Blog

You put time and effort into improving your communications. So how do you know if it’s really worthwhile? Are you…

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Getting There: How to Create a Google District Map

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-12 under Blog

It’s true that some people don’t like to use maps. But in the case of your Congressional district, maps are…

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Building Blocks: Three Tips to Build Trust in Your Social Media Brand

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-07 under Blog

“Trust me.” Famous last words. But when it comes to social media, we actually believe it. When people trust your…

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What The Buzz?

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Apr-05 under Blog

The buzzers on the Hill can seem archaic in our high-tech world. And even to the most hardened veteran, they…

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