This article is the first of four parts of a larger article I wrote for the Campaigns & Elections special edition on the CampaignTech conference, which is shipping with the current issue of the magazine. This piece also appeared in the C&E blog. If C&E’s CampaignTech conference...Read More »
Be sure to head on over to the Campaigns & Elections site for the latest edition of Technology Bytes. On the menu this issue? Profiles of three interesting tools campaigns can use to organize and mobilize volunteers, two of which have social and gaming aspects to them. Plus, check out a piece...Read More »
Now on C&E: Getting Your Campaign Website Right & Microsites on the March. Plus, Death to Splash Screens?
Our good friends over at Campaigns & Elections are busily prepping the next issue for print, but they took a quick break a few days back to post the previous issue’s “Technology Bytes” column. The focus? Campaign websites, a subject too-often ignored in our current gee-whiz...Read More »
Hi folks, I hope you’re enjoying the end-of-year frenzy — I’m just wrapping up the last details of the NWLC’s EOY online fundraising email sequence, and I’m sure all of our inboxes will be filling up soon with various desperate appeals for $$$ from nonprofits and...Read More »
Now in Campaigns & Elections: 2012 Tech Showdown, Plus Perry’s Social Scientists vs. Obama’s Data Nerds
Howdy folks, my first section for Campaigns & Elections magazine is out! The print version is in the mail and the online version is live. Check it out, in two parts: Online, 2012 Won’t Be 2008 Technology Bytes: Perry’s social scientists and Obama’s data brigade The next...Read More »
Hi folks, here’s one reason things have been a little quiet around here lately — I’ve been seeing other people. Specifically, the fine people over at Campaigns & Elections magazine, who’ve decided that a little e.politics magic is just what their esteemed publication...Read More »