SpeakEasy’s Top Campaign Webinars from 2020-21
Here at SpeakEasy, we’re about more than just your mail and digital programs. We want to be your single stop for everything you need to know to run your campaign – whether you are a first time candidate or a seasoned campaign vet looking to brush up on the latest strategies. We are always putting out new campaign webinars and trainings to support your race. Below, we’ve rounded up our top webinars from the past year to share with you – all in one place. Take a look!
This webinar dives into the latest campaign-tested strategies for moving your message through both digital ads and direct mail. Our experts provide an overview of the media landscape, best practices, and actionable tips that you can apply to your campaign media strategy.
Earned media is free, highly credible, and reaches far beyond your list of loyal supporters. In this campaign webinar, our experts provide you with a general overview about earned media and why it matters. You’ll also learn about the press and press lists as well as some strategies and best practices around press releases for your campaign.
You’ve been introducing yourself to voters and persuading them to support you for weeks or months. Now it’s time to get them to take action and VOTE! In this webinar, our pros talk through the various types of digital ads, why they’re important to employ in a campaign, and how you can navigate industry jargon to run an effective digital GOTV program.
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As campaigns around the country ramp up for November 2022, now is the perfect time to brush up on your political jargon — and Team SpeakEasy has got your back! Here’s a quick roundup of resources that will bring you up to speed on the lexicon of political advertising. From digital