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An Ear to the Ground

To have an impact at the local level, it’s important you first have a strong understanding of when and where the conversations you care about are happening. While tools like Google Alerts can offer a range of search results or keyword alerts, a robust monitoring platform like Quorum Local empowers you to dig deeper. For example, if your office wants to track when a specific issue is mentioned by city council members in the southwest region of the United States, Quorum’s comprehensive filters enable you to isolate your search by elected office, state, and even, municipality. The search tools also enable users to filter by type of communication—maybe you’re only interested in what’s happening on social media, outside of the regular press coverage. These filters help you cut through the clutter and find the information you need.

Identifying Champions

Finding stakeholders at the local level to participate in a conversation or take action on a policy you care about is a key first step to moving your issue forward. If you’re looking to implement a policy proposal in cities, but are facing skepticism, Quorum Local can provide the tools to find a model city that can test drive your legislation and prove to others the effects that your team predicts. To do this, Quorum can help you find who cares about an issue through social media tracking. For example, a search of documents for “climate change” could show which local officials have been vocal on the issue and may be receptive to proposals for change.

[callout align="left" heading="See How Quorum Local Can Help You Keep an Ear to the Ground" button_text="Learn More" button_link="https://www.quorum.us/products/local"]

Manage Relationships

Building relationships is a key part of local government affairs as local champions of your business can help advocate on your behalf or act as an alert system for your issue. With Quorum, teams can be on the same page about who on the team has relationships with which officials, search across meeting notes for the team, and visualize your interactions to find the strongest relationships. Not to mention, with Quorum’s mobile app all of this can happen on the go. This allows your team to log a meeting immediately after it happens while the details are fresh in everyone’s mind. Then, when you go back and search notes related to a certain subject, you can be confident that they are accurate and thorough. Quorum’s Outbox tool also provides the resources to make contact with the officials you want to talk to. Outbox allows users to send personalized emails en masse, providing contact information for local officials.

The Impact

With thousands of municipalities making decisions that could impact your business every day and not enough team members to be on the ground everywhere, the value of a local monitoring tool is far-reaching. Whether you’re trying to jumpstart new legislation, prevent harmful legislation from passing, or just keeping tabs on who is talking about your issue, Quorum Local ensures your team stays up to date and is well equipped with tools to act fast. [post_title] => Expand Your Impact: Monitoring Local Governments [post_excerpt] =>

It is unrealistic for a government affairs team to have staff in every municipality while keeping tabs on a range of issues and authorities. With Quorum’s local monitoring tool, your organization can revolutionize its approach to local government affairs and have widespread impact in communities across the country.

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An Ear to the Ground

To have an impact at the local level, it’s important you first have a strong understanding of when and where the conversations you care about are happening. While tools like Google Alerts can offer a range of search results or keyword alerts, a robust monitoring platform like Quorum Local empowers you to dig deeper. For example, if your office wants to track when a specific issue is mentioned by city council members in the southwest region of the United States, Quorum’s comprehensive filters enable you to isolate your search by elected office, state, and even, municipality. The search tools also enable users to filter by type of communication—maybe you’re only interested in what’s happening on social media, outside of the regular press coverage. These filters help you cut through the clutter and find the information you need.

Identifying Champions

Finding stakeholders at the local level to participate in a conversation or take action on a policy you care about is a key first step to moving your issue forward. If you’re looking to implement a policy proposal in cities, but are facing skepticism, Quorum Local can provide the tools to find a model city that can test drive your legislation and prove to others the effects that your team predicts. To do this, Quorum can help you find who cares about an issue through social media tracking. For example, a search of documents for “climate change” could show which local officials have been vocal on the issue and may be receptive to proposals for change.

[callout align="left" heading="See How Quorum Local Can Help You Keep an Ear to the Ground" button_text="Learn More" button_link="https://www.quorum.us/products/local"]

Manage Relationships

Building relationships is a key part of local government affairs as local champions of your business can help advocate on your behalf or act as an alert system for your issue. With Quorum, teams can be on the same page about who on the team has relationships with which officials, search across meeting notes for the team, and visualize your interactions to find the strongest relationships. Not to mention, with Quorum’s mobile app all of this can happen on the go. This allows your team to log a meeting immediately after it happens while the details are fresh in everyone’s mind. Then, when you go back and search notes related to a certain subject, you can be confident that they are accurate and thorough. Quorum’s Outbox tool also provides the resources to make contact with the officials you want to talk to. Outbox allows users to send personalized emails en masse, providing contact information for local officials.

The Impact

With thousands of municipalities making decisions that could impact your business every day and not enough team members to be on the ground everywhere, the value of a local monitoring tool is far-reaching. Whether you’re trying to jumpstart new legislation, prevent harmful legislation from passing, or just keeping tabs on who is talking about your issue, Quorum Local ensures your team stays up to date and is well equipped with tools to act fast. [post_title] => Expand Your Impact: Monitoring Local Governments [post_excerpt] =>

It is unrealistic for a government affairs team to have staff in every municipality while keeping tabs on a range of issues and authorities. With Quorum’s local monitoring tool, your organization can revolutionize its approach to local government affairs and have widespread impact in communities across the country.

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An Ear to the Ground

To have an impact at the local level, it’s important you first have a strong understanding of when and where the conversations you care about are happening. While tools like Google Alerts can offer a range of search results or keyword alerts, a robust monitoring platform like Quorum Local empowers you to dig deeper. For example, if your office wants to track when a specific issue is mentioned by city council members in the southwest region of the United States, Quorum’s comprehensive filters enable you to isolate your search by elected office, state, and even, municipality. The search tools also enable users to filter by type of communication—maybe you’re only interested in what’s happening on social media, outside of the regular press coverage. These filters help you cut through the clutter and find the information you need.

Identifying Champions

Finding stakeholders at the local level to participate in a conversation or take action on a policy you care about is a key first step to moving your issue forward. If you’re looking to implement a policy proposal in cities, but are facing skepticism, Quorum Local can provide the tools to find a model city that can test drive your legislation and prove to others the effects that your team predicts. To do this, Quorum can help you find who cares about an issue through social media tracking. For example, a search of documents for “climate change” could show which local officials have been vocal on the issue and may be receptive to proposals for change.

[callout align="left" heading="See How Quorum Local Can Help You Keep an Ear to the Ground" button_text="Learn More" button_link="https://www.quorum.us/products/local"]

Manage Relationships

Building relationships is a key part of local government affairs as local champions of your business can help advocate on your behalf or act as an alert system for your issue. With Quorum, teams can be on the same page about who on the team has relationships with which officials, search across meeting notes for the team, and visualize your interactions to find the strongest relationships. Not to mention, with Quorum’s mobile app all of this can happen on the go. This allows your team to log a meeting immediately after it happens while the details are fresh in everyone’s mind. Then, when you go back and search notes related to a certain subject, you can be confident that they are accurate and thorough. Quorum’s Outbox tool also provides the resources to make contact with the officials you want to talk to. Outbox allows users to send personalized emails en masse, providing contact information for local officials.

The Impact

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Expand Your Impact: Monitoring Local Governments

Expand Your Impact: Monitoring Local Governments

In 2017, local officials sent over 131,000 newsletters to constituents, posted more than 350,000 times on Facebook, and tweeted over 1.5 million times. With each post, these community leaders are staking claims on policy issues, sharing information with constituents, and discussing regulations that could have a direct impact on the issues your organization cares about.

It is unrealistic for a government affairs team to have staff in every locality keeping tabs on a range of issues. However, with Quorum’s local monitoring tool, your organization can revolutionize its approach to local government affairs and have a widespread impact in communities across the country.

An Ear to the Ground

To have an impact at the local level, it’s important you first have a strong understanding of when and where the conversations you care about are happening. While tools like Google Alerts can offer a range of search results or keyword alerts, a robust monitoring platform like Quorum Local empowers you to dig deeper.

For example, if your office wants to track when a specific issue is mentioned by city council members in the southwest region of the United States, Quorum’s comprehensive filters enable you to isolate your search by elected office, state, and even, municipality. The search tools also enable users to filter by type of communication—maybe you’re only interested in what’s happening on social media, outside of the regular press coverage. These filters help you cut through the clutter and find the information you need.

Identifying Champions

Finding stakeholders at the local level to participate in a conversation or take action on a policy you care about is a key first step to moving your issue forward. If you’re looking to implement a policy proposal in cities, but are facing skepticism, Quorum Local can provide the tools to find a model city that can test drive your legislation and prove to others the effects that your team predicts.

To do this, Quorum can help you find who cares about an issue through social media tracking. For example, a search of documents for “climate change” could show which local officials have been vocal on the issue and may be receptive to proposals for change.

Manage Relationships

Building relationships is a key part of local government affairs as local champions of your business can help advocate on your behalf or act as an alert system for your issue. With Quorum, teams can be on the same page about who on the team has relationships with which officials, search across meeting notes for the team, and visualize your interactions to find the strongest relationships.

Not to mention, with Quorum’s mobile app all of this can happen on the go. This allows your team to log a meeting immediately after it happens while the details are fresh in everyone’s mind. Then, when you go back and search notes related to a certain subject, you can be confident that they are accurate and thorough.

Quorum’s Outbox tool also provides the resources to make contact with the officials you want to talk to. Outbox allows users to send personalized emails en masse, providing contact information for local officials.

The Impact

With thousands of municipalities making decisions that could impact your business every day and not enough team members to be on the ground everywhere, the value of a local monitoring tool is far-reaching. Whether you’re trying to jumpstart new legislation, prevent harmful legislation from passing, or just keeping tabs on who is talking about your issue, Quorum Local ensures your team stays up to date and is well equipped with tools to act fast.