All campaigns – whether you’re a candidate running for political office, or an executive running a nonprofit trying to raise awareness about issues important to your organization – must embrace the intersection between people and technology in today’s environment; rapid messaging, constant contact and interactive networks are only the beginning of this intersection. Welcome to the world of “Campaign 2.0” (sometimes known as Web 2.0 or Advocacy 2.0).
You don’t have to look far to witness the power of Campaign 2.0. It has been demonstrated successfully in Massachusetts with Scott Brown’s upset victory to the U.S. Senate, or President Barack Obama’s historical 2008 presidential campaign, or even Ron Paul’s single-day record-breaking money bomb during the GOP presidential primary. But not all candidates even understand the importance of Campaign 2.0 – and even many nonprofit are still trying to understand the importance of these useful strategies, evidenced by the groundbreaking report released in the fall of 2009
But TMKG can help! TMKG has used many emerging interactive applications to grow its clients’ contributor base and expand supporter relationships – using the following:
Social Media Portals
Web Mapping Services
TMKG’s “Campaign 2.0” solution can help you design strategies using Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, SMS/Text Messaging, Money-Bombs and Google Maps, just to name a few.
TMKG’s “Campaign 2.0” solution can help you design strategies using Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, SMS/Text Messaging, Money-Bombs and Google Maps, just
to name a few.