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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iConstituent in Washington Post: Social Media and Congress

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-29 under News & Updates

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/federal-government/congress-not-making-the-most-of-social-media-to-reach-millennials-who-live-their-lives-online/2011/09/29/gIQA1mAR6K_story.html?hpid=z4 By Associated Press, Updated: Thursday, September 29, 7:06 AM WASHINGTON — Eight of every 10 members of Congress are on Facebook and Twitter…

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iConstituent Acquires DexteraNet, Leading Provider of Hardware Services to Capitol Hill

by Christopher Brooks on under News & Updates

WASHINGTON D.C. – September 28, 2011 Today, iConstituent LLC announced the acquisition of DexteraNet, a leading provider of hardware and…

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How Sticky Are Your Links?

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-27 under Blog

Did you ever wonder how long people pay attention to links that you share? Do they last hours, days, or…

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Tweet Tweet: Posting Via Your Phone

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-20 under Blog

As ubiquitous as it is, the Internet isn’t always available. And when it’s not, you might still want to tweet.…

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Social Media Changes the SEO Game

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-15 under Blog

The news is here, and it’s big: Search engines are now incorporating social media into their results. This means that…

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STUDY: Posting Directly On Facebook is 88% More Effective Than Posting on Third-Party Apps

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-13 under Blog

Did you ever wonder if there’s really a big difference between posting on Facebook directly versus posting to Facebook through…

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Meet The Company Behind Capitol Hill's Facebook Ads

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-08 under News & Updates

Meet the Company Behind Capitol Hill's Facebook Ads via @AllFacebook.com http://www.allfacebook.com/facebook-ads-politics-2011-09 Did you know that there’s a company that specializes…

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Say Cheese: Photos Are Worth A Thousand Words

by Christopher Brooks on under Blog

Not everyone is a professional photographer. And you aren’t going to hire one for every picture that appears on your…

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Bright Idea: Innovative Ways to Build Your Email List!

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-06 under Blog

It’s hard to keep up with all of the potential ways we can communicate with technology. We can help. A…

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Stop Wasting Your Money On [bad] Online Advertising

by Christopher Brooks on 2011-Sep-01 under News & Updates

Via @newmediacongress. http://www.newmediacongress.com/2011/09/stop-wasting-your-money-on-online.html If you are advertising online, there is a good chance most of your spend is wasted. In…

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