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Keep it Simple

Signing up to take action should be the easiest thing your advocates do. Unfortunately, typical registration forms can range anywhere from six to eight fields of required information. At Quorum, we reduce that number to just four — first name, last name, email, and address. Or, have your advocates simply sign up through Facebook.

Magic Links

Imagine a world where simply clicking a call-to-action button at the bottom of an email immediately signs your advocate up to take action without ever having to fill out a single piece of contact information. upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links. With Quorum’s magic links, organizations can seamlessly upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links.

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Keep it Simple

Signing up to take action should be the easiest thing your advocates do. Unfortunately, typical registration forms can range anywhere from six to eight fields of required information. At Quorum, we reduce that number to just four — first name, last name, email, and address. Or, have your advocates simply sign up through Facebook.

Magic Links

Imagine a world where simply clicking a call-to-action button at the bottom of an email immediately signs your advocate up to take action without ever having to fill out a single piece of contact information. upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links. With Quorum’s magic links, organizations can seamlessly upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links.

Cookied Browser

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Keep it Simple

Signing up to take action should be the easiest thing your advocates do. Unfortunately, typical registration forms can range anywhere from six to eight fields of required information. At Quorum, we reduce that number to just four — first name, last name, email, and address. Or, have your advocates simply sign up through Facebook.

Magic Links

Imagine a world where simply clicking a call-to-action button at the bottom of an email immediately signs your advocate up to take action without ever having to fill out a single piece of contact information. upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links. With Quorum’s magic links, organizations can seamlessly upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links.

Cookied Browser

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A Zero Barriers Approach to Grassroots Advocacy

A Zero Barriers Approach to Grassroots Advocacy

We live in a digital age — a landscape of online advocates with a newfound sense of urgency to get involved. But more and more things are competing for our attention. Mobilizing support can be hard, and technology shouldn’t be a barrier for involvement— it should be easy for your advocates to take action. At Quorum, we’ve spent a lot of time and resources building grassroots tools that help you mobilize your supporters in a quick and easy way. Every extra step an advocate has to take will have a measurable impact on whether or not they decide to contact their legislator, or do something else.

Keep it Simple

Signing up to take action should be the easiest thing your advocates do. Unfortunately, typical registration forms can range anywhere from six to eight fields of required information. At Quorum, we reduce that number to just four — first name, last name, email, and address. Or, have your advocates simply sign up through Facebook.

Magic Links

Imagine a world where simply clicking a call-to-action button at the bottom of an email immediately signs your advocate up to take action without ever having to fill out a single piece of contact information. upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links. With Quorum’s magic links, organizations can seamlessly upload contact information for your advocates and embed them into magic links.

Cookied Browser

Once your advocates have taken action, leverage the power of cookies to remember their information the next time they visit your action center. Advocacy is about continued engagement, and the technology you use should be designed to facilitate exactly that.