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The email program run by the Obama Campaign was a brilliant and shining example of success that baffles many small campaign leaders. To some, a victo
Trying to figure out how to better engage your communities online? Wondering why people don’t seem to be finding or participating in the action items
How much did your elementary education cost? The clever folks at Building Tomorrow have found a great way to use that simple question to drive an innovative campaign that connects the costs of a primary school education in the United States to the work they do building schools in Uganda.
On November 2nd, 2010 at 5:26pm EDT, Politico's Tony Romm posted a rather scathing article.
There’s an obvious appeal to having a large email list: you have the ability to reach many people with one click. But recently I’ve begun questioning
A friend pointed me to this great post by Danah Boyd on Alternet discussing the implications of the race and class demographic divides between Facebook and Myspace:
When you're doing online engagement, it's not always easy to know what's working or what you should be doing better. With limited time and resources,