Your Campaign Blog
Most campaigns struggle with getting their message to their constituents. The hot topics of the day or single issue voters can really derail a campaign’s ability to adequately get their message across without being sidetracked. If this is the case with your campaign, your website, and specifically your campaign blog, needs to become the place where people can get your opinion and views about issues that are important to the office for which you are running. Here are five ways to improve your campaign blog. Continue reading →
It’s been a busy and rewarding summer and fall for the Voter Gravity team. We crossed a lot of items off our 2015 bucket list and are consequently in a better position to serve you! It was a privilege to help campaigns soar across the finish line earlier this month. We’re already working with 2016 campaigns who are gathering voter data to fine tune their messaging and speak directly to their voters.
My favorite upgrades:
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After the Fox Business Network/WSJ debate, how do the candidates stack up according to Republican primary voters in South Carolina? Continue reading →
All the talking heads were talking about Carly Fiorina’s debate performance, but were the voters of New Hampshire impressed as well?
Yes, they were.
In Voter Gravity’s latest presidential flash poll through touchtone phone responses, we surveyed 2,839 New Hampshire Republican Primary Voters the day after the CNN Debate, and they put Carly Fiorina in the top spot at 22%. Continue reading →
Raising money should be the number one task for any political candidate. Making donations for political campaigns as smooth and integrated as possible puts the campaign on the road to success.
Last week we announced that Voter Gravity has fully integrated with best-in-business apps to bring our clients the most integrated experience possible. We are thrilled to offer an integration with Anedot, who unlike most online donation solutions, understands the needs specific to campaigns. Campaigns can use the Anedot donation tools on their websites or social media, and every donation will be automatically captured and stored in Voter Gravity. Continue reading →
When you’re looking for images to use in your social media or websites, it’s important to note that you can’t just copy and paste images from your Google search. We all know this. But what’s the alternative? While we recommend purchasing graphics from sites like Bigstockphoto.com and iStockphoto.com, it’s always good to know you’re options. Continue reading →
This piece is reposted from Pixels & Politics, originally published on July 31. Check out pixelsandpolitics.com for essays on technology, design, and growth marketing in the political industry.
Look, the Internet and its related technologies are a big deal, I get it.
In fact, the only person not to notice technology’s role in shaping our lives is likely to be found at the bottom of Mamie White’s mine shaft (she’s got three you know).
It’s gotten so bad that the average human being now carries at least 2.9 devices on them at all times.
In fact, there are now more people on this planet with a mobile phone than a toothbrush. Sad, especially during close conversations.
And, if those weren’t startling enough, in 2009 Google handled an estimated 1 billion search queries a day, generating almost 200 tons of CO2 and using more electricity in a year than almost two-thirds of the world’s nations.
So sorry Beyoncé, it’s obvious. Who runs the world? Tech…tech now runs the world. Continue reading →