5 Reasons Why Voters Don’t Trust Your Online Campaign

Trust. It can be hard to gain and very easy to lose. Here are five reasons why voters might not trust your online campaign - and they have nothing to do with your existing online reputation...

voter trustTrust. It can be hard to gain and very easy to lose. Here are five reasons why voters might not trust your online campaign – and they have nothing to do with your existing online reputation… Read More...

Spring Campaign Social Media Cleanup Tips

As winter ends and spring approaches, now is a good time to do a review of your campaign social media accounts. Here are some tips to get your new or existing social media profiles in shape for election season. These tips apply to both your campaign accounts and personal accounts. Update your profile information When was the last time you updated your social media profile? Many times profiles and bios are filled in when an...

cleanup social mediaAs winter ends and spring approaches, now is a good time to do a review of your campaign social media accounts. Here are some tips to get your new or existing social media profiles in shape for election season. Read More...

5 Tips To Mix Online Into Your First Fundraising Event

With some planning, you can turn your first fundraising event into something that increases awareness, gains you more interest in your campaign - and perhaps brings in some additional money!

political fundraising like prosThere is a lot of advice about planning and running your first fundraising event.  Conventional wisdom is that your initial fundraising event will provide the seed money to get things started, including starting your online presence. Read More...

How To Raise Online Funds Like The Most Successful Candidates

Over two billion dollars was raised for the 2012 US presidential election. If you are a state or local candidate, odds are your election won't reach those numbers. However, even small campaigns can still raise significant money with a smart, aggressive strategy.

fundraisingOver two billion dollars was raised for the 2012 US presidential election. If you are a state or local candidate, odds are your election won’t reach those numbers. However, even small campaigns can still raise significant money with a smart, aggressive strategy. Read More...

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