Tag Archives: campaign websites

Raising Seed Money For Your Campaign

One of the largest obstacles that small political campaigns face is raising initial funds for the race. It's hard to start a campaign without money, but it's hard to raise money without spending some. Mailers cost money. Holding events or rallies require some sort of up-front cost. Many local candidates simply don't have a lot of funds to put up themselves.

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Why Starting Your Campaign Website Early Makes Sense

Online political campaigning has evolved over the last decade. While strategies have become more sophisticated, the campaign website has remained the hub of the online campaign. It takes time and effort to build support. If you think putting up a website and slapping on a donation button a few weeks before Election Day is a winning tactic, think again.

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How To Use Authoritative Linking for Your Campaign

The content of your political campaign website always appears stronger when it's backed up by credible sources. Here are tips to making your content a strong as possible.

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[Podcast] Best Practices for a Political Campaign Website

We were recently a guest on GettingElected.org's latest podcast. Getting Elected provides in-depth inter­views with top, cut­ting edge politi­cos and can­di­dates pro­vid­ing con­tent for can­di­dates, cam­paign man­agers and polit­i­cal con­sul­tants. Listen in as we discuss with host Jason McDon­ald about the best practices for campaign websites.

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Online Writing Tips For Local Campaigns

online writing political campaignsAs the fastest-growing resource in politics, the web provides a cost-effective method to reach supporters and potential supporters. However, writing for a website is different than writing for print. Simply copying your campaign print material onto your website limits the potential of online campaigning. Read More...

As the fastest-growing resource in politics, the web provides a cost-effective method to reach supporters and potential supporters. However, writing for a website is different than writing for print. Simply copying your campaign print material onto your website limits the potential of online campaigning. Nobody likes scrolling through pages and pages of poorly written, overblown website content. Studies show that people read from computer screens is about 25% slower than reading from paper. Give your...

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