Tech Bytes: The Internet loves a campaign launch gone wrong

  • May 19, 2015

Launching a presidential campaign is hard work, particularly in an age where every stumble is picked up with glee on social media by people not fond of the candidate. With so many moving parts and so...

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Movers & Shakers: Teddy Davis

  • May 18, 2015

C&E: You went from journalist to staffer to city council candidate in one of the most competitive districts in Los Angeles. How did you go about hiring your vendors?    Davis: I brought a lot of the management...

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6 Ways Drone Cinematography Can Help Your Campaign

  • May 15, 2015

Stories shape opinion and drive action, and there is no better way to tell your story than through video. In an age of DVR and on-demand viewing habits, advertisers must tell compelling stories that...

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New Firm Focus: surge RED

  • May 15, 2015

Tony Marsh, David Denehy and Chris Godbey weren’t known as digital experts before they launched surgeRED late last year. Two partners, Marsh and Denehy, have extensive international experience, while Godbey...

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Getting Back to Email Fundraising Basics

  • May 13, 2015

Campaigns have been questioning whether their over-the-top email programs helped or possibly even hindered their efforts last cycle. Going into 2014, the conventional wisdom said you needed to grab your...

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