Images used in blog posts in 2008
eCampaigning is increasingly critical to the success of campaigning (aka advocacy). For those organisations just starting campaigning via interactive media, this post should help you understand what is and is not essential.
I have just launched FairSay re-designed website. In doing so, I tried to apply all the relevant e-campaigning best practices and thought others (you) might be interested in what went on behind the scenes.
The long awaited eCampaigning training series is finally here. From what I can tell, it is the most comprehensive eCampaigning training series anywhere.
In My Name is a new global public campaign by GCAP leading up the the annual "Stand Up Speak Out" day of action to end poverty.
The success of a campaign by the British Humanist Association demonstrates that donating can be a highly successful campaigning action: a way for people to make a political statement by funding a campaign action.
Barak Obama won of the US presidency due to a number of factors. Many attribute his campaign's use of the Internet as one of these factors. Yet it was not the Internet that helped him win: it was networking.
Immediately after Obama won the US presidential election, the Change.gov site went up. In addition to a brilliant idea that supports Obama's platform, it demonstrates what all campaigning organisation should do: plan and prepare for success.
Recession. Budget cuts. Redundancies. I'm hearing about lots of turmoil in campaigning organisations. The irony of the times is that the worse the economy gets the MORE campaigning is needed. So with all that is going on, what e-campaigning support do YOU need in 2009?