Getting Local Voters To The Polls

Many voters do not follow local politics. Often, they don't even know when local elections occur. But many would support you as a candidate if they knew more about you and the issues you stand for.

Many voters do not follow local politics. Often, they don’t even know when local elections occur. They don’t look at campaign websites or social media. But many would support you as a candidate if they knew more about the issues you stand for. Read More...

Digital Marketing Changes For Political Campaigns

If your political campaign plans to do online advertising this election season, be prepared for changes. Count on social media platforms and municipalities to require more transparency for political ads in 2018 and beyond.

If you plan to perform digital online advertising this election season, be prepared for new changes in transparency and disclosure. Read More...

What’s Your Campaign Theme?

For political purposes, your campaign theme is basically a single message which is used to communicate an integrated political message. It should be based on a clear reason why a candidate is running for office, and backed up by an overall identity that shapes the overall campaign. The goal, of course, is to convince people to vote for you.

Political Campaign ThemesFor political purposes, your campaign theme is basically a single message which is used to communicate an integrated political message. It should be based on a clear reason why a candidate is running for office, and backed up by an overall identity that shapes the overall campaign. The goal, of course, is to convince people to vote for you. Read More...

Political Domain Squatting

Domain squatting or cybersquatting is the term used for someone who registers a domain that infringes on another's intellectual property or trademark. Some squatters attempt to sell names back to rightful owners for a profit, while others use the names to deceive. Political domain name squatting has grown in prevalence and can even effect local candidates.

political campaign domainsDomain squatting or cybersquatting is the term used for someone who registers a domain that infringes on another’s intellectual property or trademark. Some squatters attempt to sell names back to rightful owners for a profit, while others use the names to deceive. Political domain name squatting has grown in prevalence and can even effect local candidates. Read More...

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