John Tsarpalas: Something that is both an art and a science in politics is figuring out who you are going to approach with your mail, with your phone calls, with your email, and with your door knocks. What are you going to talk to them about?
There’s been an industry that has been around for a long time. These are people that supply lists. Lists are extensive and deep. So today on Commonwealthy #56, it is Good Data, Big Data for Political Campaigns with Peter Anderson of Cobalt Media Group. Continue reading →
Tina Keats is back on the podcast today to talk about two important topics: automated phone system scripts and special interest group questionnaires. If you are running for local office or working as a campaign manager for a local political campaign, then you don’t want to miss the information shared on this podcast! Continue reading →
John Tsarpalas: We have two shorter topics today on Commonwealthy. First off, Kristina Keats and I are going to talk about some scripts for automated phone calling systems. If you listened last week to Commonwealthy #28 with James O’Hara, we talked about automated personalized phone, video, and social media systems.
Today Tina and I are going to talk about some scripts for those phone systems. It’s important that you capture that caller’s attention before they go ‘click’ and hang up on you. And then in the second part of our show today, we are going to talk about special interest group questionnaires. Continue reading →
Today my special guest on the podcast is James O’Hara, co-founder and of Extended Data Solutions. James is an expert in automated phone calls, otherwise known as robo-calls. Not only does James have a way to doing robo-calls that gets people to actually listen, but he also knows how to use video and social media to help your campaign. Continue reading →