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Thursday, 18 August 2011 10:50
Political Election Tip: Campaign Website Should Say What?
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VoteWhat Your Election Campaign Web Site Should Say?
 

 Here are some daily tips from Charlie Davis.  Watch the video and join the Bayoubuzz Politics and elections Group. 

 

Running for office without a campaign web site is like not having a phone number for your headquarters. Web sites can and should be simple affairs, but they should contain these essential elements:

  • Candidate’s bio and pictures
  • Key Issues on Goals
  • Volunteer Sign-up
  • On-Line Donation page

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John Maginnis has taught his “How to Get Elected” class since 2004. He interviewed successful candidates and campaign professionals to publish this web site and to produce this 2-DVD set instructional video.

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