Votility, Inc.

Votility, Inc.
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Votility is an online platform offering the latest grassroots advocacy technology around public policy. Votility integrates its technology with many association management software platforms.

Votility, Inc.

 •  December 7, 2015

How can your members know your organization is involved in advocacy and what advocacy actions to take unless you tell them? The answer is, they can't. That's why an advocacy marketing plan is critical to your grassroots advocacy efforts BEFORE you launch your advocacy campaigns.We speak with government relations staff and grassroots advocacy...

Votility, Inc.

 •  November 16, 2015

So, you want to get your members engaged in advocacy, do you? Well, there are some tricks of the trade you need to be aware of so your efforts don’t go in vain.Being in the advocacy software business, we have customers, often member-based organizations, who use our software to engage their members in grassroots advocacy—meaning, they want them to...

Votility, Inc.

 •  October 14, 2015

Votility Launches iMIS Bridge for Grassroots Advocacy Efficiency and Effectiveness.
Votility, Inc. and technology solutions partner, Association Technology Solutions (ATS), today announce the availability of the iMIS Bridge connecting the Votility Advocacy Platform and all versions of iMIS Association Management Software from 10.6 through 20.2. The...

Votility, Inc.

 •  September 22, 2015

Specific technology for your business model is a love/hate thing.
You love it when it’s all installed and working correctly, but could certainly dislike the process of getting to that point. It often means more demos, more research, hours of contemplating and analyzing, often with multiple team members whose schedules don't match up with yours, ...

Votility, Inc.

 •  September 4, 2015

Technology... LOVE it or HATE it...
It is what it is—critically important. So, the question is, "How do I evaluate the many options on the market and not make a critical mistake?" Well, there's good news and bad news. The bad news is that mistakes aren't usually revealed until after the license agreement is signed. The good news is that we're ...

Votility, Inc.

 •  July 8, 2015

The Financial Challenge of Grassroots Activism
It has been said that “We can always live on less when we have more to live for.” Nowhere is this sentiment tested more than nonprofit work (and especially grassroots activism). While there is no doubt that our passion and utilizing our base of volunteers can fuel an impressive amount of progress, the ...

Votility, Inc.

 •  June 16, 2015

Many businesses face operational challenges due to legislation and regualtion on the local, state and national levels. These are policies that affect their buisness operations, for sure BUT, the can also affect their employees and their families, the heart of their businesses. At some level, we all know legislative issues are important to ...

Votility, Inc.

 •  May 29, 2015

Top 3 challenges we hear from government affairs professionals: 1. Engaging members to take an advocacy action. 2. Managing a member knowledge base and, 3. Educating members on policy issues. If you think about it, makes total sense. In order to get members to take an action, they have to know the basics of : What action to take. Do you need ...

Votility, Inc.

 •  May 27, 2015

I am a millennial, and advocacy is certainly not something that I would say is important to me. However, I am just starting a new business, and starting to realize that things like taxes and other regulations could impact the way I start and run that business. But I am busy enough, and it seems like something that is really far off. And even if it ...

Votility, Inc.

 •  May 14, 2015

Advocacy is a movement to change minds, bringing awareness through social movements that influence decision makers at various levels. Advocacy groups are faced with many challenges, when getting started organization is vital. Here are some tips to start your grassroots advocacy campaign and overcome some common challenges. Creating a plan that ...