Digital Campaign School
Gain experience with the entire technology, marketing, and strategy stack of modern campaigns and political organizations.
The unprecedented influence of digital outreach in the 2020 election will shape campaigns and politics for many years to come.
The Digital Campaign School | 2020 Election Analysis -- presented by The Prosper Group and Leadership Institute -- examines digital efforts in the 2020 election and teach you the tools you need to execute winning digital plans for campaigns and causes of your choice.
In this intensive, 10-hour training, you'll gain experience with the entire technology, marketing, and strategy stack of modern campaigns and political organizations.
22 experienced digital professionals from 16 organizations will provide the practical tips, step-by-step instructions, and valuable, how-to information that only comes from personal experience.
You'll learn how to:
- build a "growth engine" -- using conversion funnels, automation, and A/B testing -- so your digital presence is powering your goals;
- develop a successful online fundraising program, from payment processing to list management to copywriting best practices;
- manage the technical infrastructure of a website, from selecting a host to managing DNS and MX records; and
- implement a powerful content marketing strategy that integrates social media, email, and advertising for maximum results.
Regardless of the level of your experience, learn the experts' secrets of an effective digital strategy from announcement to Election Day.
Ideal attendees are campaign staff, candidates, volunteers, activists, and anyone interested in impacting public policy. This on-demand training uses recordings from the live Digital Campaign School | 2020 Election Analysis hosted January 14 & 15, 2021.
Digital and Fundraising in 2020/2021
Founder, Best Practice Digital
Online Fundraising: Ads, Reporting & Budgets
Deputy Director of Ad Operations, The Prosper Group
Online Fundraising: Donor Acquisition & Growth
Manager of Online Fundraising, OnMessage Inc.
Panel: Email Marketing
Director of Content, Active Engagement
Director of Fundraising, The Prosper Group
Digital Manger, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)
Panel: Digital on the 2020 Campaign
Communications, Nancy Mace for Congress (SC-1)
Director of International Training, Leadership Institute
Deputy Director of Hispanic Engagement, RNC
Voter Targeting in 2020 and Beyond
Director of Sales Experience, i360
Social Media: Ad Creative & Testing
Panel: Social Media for Politics
Owner, Lighthouse Digital Results
Digital Director, McShane LLC
Managing Partner, Beast Digital
Vice President, The Prosper Group
Campaign Manager, Annette Glenn for Michigan
Grassroots Director, FreedomWorks
All-Star Panel: 2020, 2022, 2024 and Beyond
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