Catch the Replay: Our 2022 Media Briefing Webinar!

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This week, SpeakEasy hosted a 2022 State of Media Briefing! 

In case you missed it, you can watch the recording below:

Whether you’re in campaign mode or exploring a potential run for office, we’re here to help. In this webinar, we review the latest trends in political digital ads and direct mail, and the specific conditions influencing them in this midterm.

You’ll also learn about how SpeakEasy can curate your digital ads and direct mail, and you’ll hear about strategies and best practices around paid and organic media for your campaign. 

You may download our free social media checklist below:

For more campaigning tips and tricks, check out some of our other resources:

We are wishing you and your team all the best as you gear up for the 2022 General Election!

-Team SpeakEasy

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