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CampaignTech 2012 Conference USA

The "CampaignTech 2012 Conference" will take place in United States,Washington DC on 19 Apr 2012.

PRLog - April 6, 2012 - How is the 2012 election season changing the craft of digital politics and advocacy? What are leading practitioners doing to evolve the tools in their technology-charged communications toolboxes?

Join CampaignTech's hands-on trainings, workshops, round-table conversations, and panel discussions that will enhance your knowledge of practical politics, refine your digital campaign skills, and inspire you to exceed your goals this election – and beyond.

CampaignTech 2012 Breakout Panels

Each of these panels was submitted by a member of the digital politics and advocacy community.

Campaign Professional Track

Social Media Fundraising Can Lower the Playing Field in Campaigns - Shelly Kapoor Collins
Mobility: How to Use Mobile for GOTV - Cami Zimmer
Using Tech to Organize Volunteers - Colin Delany
How to Leverage Social Data for Your Campaign- Jordan Raynor
Building a Campaign's Multi-Tiered Communications Strategy - Colin Rogero
What campaigns need to know about the policies that affect the Internet and campaigning - Jon Henke

Advocate Track

Anatomy of an Online Advertising Campaign - Shana Glickfield
Twitter Training for Advocacy - Beth Becker
Using the Blogosphere in Issue Advocacy - Adam Kemp
Social Media for List Building - Laura Packard
Email Outreach and Engagement - Ryan Gravatt
Making Your Campaign Events Socially Integrated from Start to Finish- Chad Barth
Crowdsourcing: Engaging the Vast Intellectual and Creative Capacity of the Left, 2.0-Style - Michael Snook
The Social Campaign: How Advocacy Groups Are Using Facebook in 2012 - Katie Harbath

Technologist Track

Using responsive design in advocacy and political campaign websites - Henri Makembe
Uptime Planning in Politics - Alex Griffis
From Content to Community to Action - Cynthia Samuels
How Digital Consultants Enter the Online Tech/Development Business - Chris Nolan
Why Tech Issues Matter in the 2012 Campaign and Beyond - Seton Motley
Experimenting with the Bleeding Edge without Getting Cut - Mat Harris
Give-on-Nomics: How Technology Behavioral Economics Are Changing Campaign Finance - Wesley Donehue

Communicator Track

Reaching Voters Via Local Media Sites - Andy Slater
Using Video as a Messaging Platform - Justin Germany
Peer-to-Peer Communications and Politics - Mark Coatney
Time Shifting the News in 1012: How to Take Advantage of #LongTrends, the iPad, and Sunday Morning - Noah Chestnut
Most Effective Uses of Digital Advertising and Social Media to Reach Beltway Influencers - Alex Treadway, Daily Caller
Communicating Your Message on other Social Networks - Patrick Pannett
Social Champions: Women as content consumers and online activists - Rachel Hicks

Get more information and register for the CampaignTech 2012 Conference at http://itevent.net/campaigntech-2012-conference


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