American Rivers Boasts 24% Response Rate with Social Listening

When a massive gondola threatened the Colorado river of the Grand Canyon, American Rivers activated their members to stop this serious threat by asking them to sign a petition to stop the project. By sending automated emails when their supporters mentioned “grand canyon” or “national parks”, American Rivers gained 2,500 new petition signers with an […]

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Rapid Response by American Friends Service Committee

A few days after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, the AFSC, a Quaker nonprofit organization which promotes an end to discrimination, noticed a significant shift in focus on social media to Ferguson. Using Attentive.ly, they could see that terms like “police” and “black men” started trending, not just nationally, but amongst […]

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Rep Takano Responds to Constituents Using Social Data

Congressman Takano’s office needed a way to listen and respond to constituents. They heard about Attentive.ly at Rootscamp, which is when they first thought it would be useful for constituency outreach and survey campaigns. The Tech Behind A Congressman Keeping a constituency office running smoothly is a busy tech operation, with CRM’s, social media tools […]

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ONE Campaign Connects with Most Engaged Facebook & Twitter Supporters

When the White House considered scaling back its investments in lifesaving AIDS treatment, the ONE campaign felt that would put the progress made to ending AIDS in our generation on hold. So they got their members to send a Valentine’s Day card to President Obama asking him to sustain funding to The Global Fund to […]

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