eCampaigning overview training
- Topics Covered
- Core principles and strategy
- eCampaigning Models
- Email-to-Action Best Practices
- Retaining Supporters
- eCampaigning Case Studies
- Social Media & Mobile
This is a content-rich day that focuses on the key factors for successful e-campaigning. There are no workshops since the eCampaigning Forum event on the following days offers these. Be prepared to have a head full of ideas yet a solid understanding of to do next.
An intense comprehensive overview of e-campaigning that provides a strong framework for e-campaigning strategy, planning, implementation and continuous learning. Perfect for campaigners, fundraisers, digital producers and others involved in planning and implementing campaigns via digital channels.
|Monday April 7th|
|19:30||Dinner: pre-training dinner, Get to know the other training participants over food and drink. Informal and location to be determined by those wishing to join. Dinner not included in training price.|
|eCampaigning Overview Training on TuEsday April 8th|
|09:00-09:15||Check in: grab your name tag and say hello! You also might want to grab a cup of coffee or tea|
|09:15-09:45||Welcome and introduction: An overview of the training day and identify specific participant interests/questions|
|09:45-10:30||eCampaigning: core principles and strategy Reviewing the key principles and strategies of e-campaigning|
|10:30-11:15||eCampaigning Models: Most people think of e-campaigning as petitions and email letters. But it is much more than that. This will cover the key models and how they can be used to win campaigns.|
|11:30-12:15||Email-to-Action Model Best Practices: Going through the key best practices that have driven the success of Oxfam, Greenpeace, Avaaz, MoveOn, the Obama campaign and more.|
|12:15-13:00||Retaining Supporters: Supporters are most valuable when they continue to be active beyond their first engagement. While most organisations have 70-90% inactive digital supporters, there are strategies for retaining and re-activiating.|
|13:00-14:00||Lunch (included) & table discussions|
|14:00-14:45||eCampaigning Review: Pick one participants e-campaigning and review it together.|
|14:45-15:30||Analysing performance: Highly successful and sustained digital campaigning is informed by good analysis of what is working and what isn't.|
|15:45-16:30||Campaigning via Social Media & Mobile Phones: Social media has been adopted by hundreds of million of people and mobile phones by billions. But proven, repeatable, cost effective uses of social media for campaigning is elusive.|
|16:30-17:00||eCampaigning Trends: what's coming next and how to spot the best opportunities.|
|17:00-17:30||Participant Q&A / Discussion Time for addressing any unanswered questions, discussing the learning, etc.|
|17:30||End of training day|
|18:30||Post training dinner & table discussions|
|21:00||Pub: Who ever feels like it can join us in the pub.|
- About the Trainer
Duane Raymond is the founder of FairSay. He has been a pioneer of digital campaigning in the UK and Europe since 2001 when he was Oxfam GB's first e-campaigning manager and grew the online supporter base from 5,000 to 400,000 in 3 years. He has followed digital campaigning since the early 1990s, made his first web site in 1995, used the Internet since 1989 and used computers and networks since the 1980s.
Duane is widely recognised as one of Europe's leading e-campaigning experts and pioneers. He pioneered Oxfam GB's e-campaigning activity from 2001-2004 and has been running FairSay - a campaigning consultancy - ever since. He has been called the 'leading e-campaigning guru' by Linda Butcher, CEO of the Sheila McKechnie Foundation and the 'godfather of good geekery' by Tom Allen of ActionAid International. He has works with many of the world’s leading campaigning organisations and campaigns, including Greenpeace, Oxfam, Amnesty, WWF, Make Poverty History, 1Goal Campaign and many more.
When not delivering trainings, he is analysing campaign performance, helping craft campaigning strategies, working hands-on as part of a campaigns team, organising the annual eCampaigning Forum events (since 2002) and being the benevolent dictator of the 1,800+ campaigner strong eCampaigning Forum global community.