Make the Most of Your Candidate Video Shoot

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Logistics to Produce a Great Candidate Video

You want to make a great candidate video. But hiring a video crew, even for a few hours, can be expensive. Video shoots also often take longer than expected and it can be hard to manage all the moving pieces. Get organized with some of our tips below and make sure you get the most out of your candidate video shoot.

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Quick Tips for Writing a Good RFP

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Here Are A Few Tips on the RFP Process That Will Get You Proposals Customized for Your Campaign.

The RFP process can be tough to navigate. Below are some tips for approaching the process to yield strong proposals that achieve your political campaign goals.

What is an RFP? 

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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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Why Direct Mail Works for Primaries

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Win Your Primary with Direct Mail!

Direct mail can be your campaign saving grace. Running for office can be overwhelming. There is a steep learning curve with very little room for error and a lot to consider. Always remember that once you formulate a strong, clear message for your campaign, the most important part of a primary campaign is getting that message out to voters. What better way to do this than via direct mail?  

Why mail?

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Building a Connective Advocacy Campaign to Move the Needle

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Using Testimonials in Your Advocacy Campaign

One way to move the needle in your advocacy campaign is to highlight the human impact of your issue. By recruiting community members who have been directly affected by your issue to share their stories, you can make the seemingly arbitrary stakes of policy decisions more tangible for people.

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