7 Questions with Deno Seder on Political Advertising

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Political Advertising with Deno Seder

Deno Seder is an expert in political advertising and crafting advocacy and political videos. He has worked with candidates across all levels of government, for various advocacy groups, and on ballot measure campaigns. From creating video ads urging voters not to cast a ballot for Donald Trump to aiding in the effort to ban Greyhound dog racing in Florida, Deno has a wide array of experiences in the political space.

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Improve Your Voter Contact–Political House Party Dos and Don'ts

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Voter Contact: Political House Party Dos and Don'ts

House parties are underutilized tactic for voter contact, especially around primaries and special elections. It is a good way to get a candidate to engage in their community quickly and authentically. Although this is an old-school technique, we have added in some new-school tactics, like SMS, to make it relevant in today’s political toolbox

House parties are underutilized tactic for voter contact, especially around primaries and special elections. It is a good way to get a candidate to engage in their community quickly and authentically. Although this is an old-school technique, we have added in some new-school tactics, like SMS, to make it relevant in today’s political toolbox

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Assessing Digital Saturation in a Political Campaign

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How Can I know If My Political Campaign Has Reached Saturation

A question we are asked frequently is how a political campaign can assess if they have reached saturation with their digital program. As with lots of things digital, the answer isn’t totally cut and dry, but we have some tips for you to assess whether or not your political campaign is reaching saturation within your target audience. 

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Ending Your Political Campaign the Right Way

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Just because your political campaign is over, doesn't mean it's the end.

Whether you won or lost your political campaign, the 2018 Election Cycle is over. Like us, you're probably pretty exhausted. These past months you've likely been getting your hands dirty and working tirelessly on your campaign cause, and we want to help you clean up both your literal and figurative mess.

Here are our tips on how to end a campaign:

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Candidate Messaging—Consistency Is Key

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Candidate Messaging Can Win Your Campaign

As spectators of political debate and electoral politics, we’ve all seen it before. Our favorite candidate takes a turn and ends up going on either a rant, long tirade, or ultimately veers far off the path of his or hers intended candidate messaging. As spectators we can only watch in horror as this trainwreck happens.  In the world of social media, these moments are captured more often than not.

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Field Strategies for Campaign Success

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Field Strategies That Get Results

Field strategies don’t always get the yield you were hoping for, especially if you don’t have the right planning behind them. Here are our tips for getting the most out of your field strategies for your political campaign. 

Plan first: 

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