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Digital Politics Radio is a lively web radio show that draws on experts across the political spectrum to discuss local, state, and national use of the Internet in political and cause related campaigns.
Recent Digital Politics Radio shows included guests from across the political spectrum with a wide range of experience in persuasion, fundraising and getting out the vote.
Need to see more variations in the Hispanic voting population and how the California drought is impacting low income voters with Luis Alvarado, President, Familias Unidas de California, a new PAC. Listen now.
Psychological insights are being applied to political strategy and how biometric data can indicate what motivates voters with Brian Franklin, President, Impact Politics and founder the PsyPology newsletter. Listen now.
Eliminating hidden costs of campaign data silos and driving innovation in online tools for Progressive campaigns with Josh Cohen, Chairman, OSDI, Shai Sachs, Innovation Platform Director, NGP VAN, and Mark Snyder, Director of Communications, Equality Federation. Listen now.
Need to use cell phones as well as land lines for more accurate polling, value of engagement on social media and which voters are open to persuasion with Robert Blizzard, Partner, Public Opinion Strategies. Listen now.
How the drought might influence candidates and voters in California in 2016, voter fatigue and early perceptions of presidential candidates with John Nienstedt, President and CEO, Competitive Edge Research & Communication. Listen now.
Proliferation of television channels and increase in viewer data is making it possible to see consumers and voters as more than just part of a demographic group and finding stronger return on investment of media dollars with Dave Morgan, CEO, Simulmedia. Listen now.
Impact of email fundraising appeals, state and local campaigns use social media to persuade and need to have campaign web sites that work on all size screens with Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Partner, Buzzmaker. Listen now.
How the web has changed for Presidential coverage since 2005, expectations for archiving government data and challenges for elected officials in the age of social media with David Almacy, former White House Internet and E-Communications Director for George W. Bush. Listen now.
Trends in email, value of small donors, building grassroots support for Hillary Clinton, and using online and offline date for voter contact with Eli Kaplan, Founding Partner, Rising Tide Interactive. Listen now.
With the 2016 campaign season beginning, a wrap up of 2014 activities is necessary. Digital Politics Radio recently caught up with many leaders in the industry.
Activating consumers and citizens to participate in local projects supported by big brands, non-profits, government agencies and local activists and other insights about volunteers from Sherwood Moore, Director of Marketing, thrdPlace. Listen now.
Encouraging citizen engagement with politicians is a popular topic and in this interview with Forest Handford, Founder, VoteSquared he talks about the new open source social platform to encourage rating of politicians. Listen now.
Political ads as programming and creating video in a variety of lengths to be seen on mobile devices, game consoles or at the cinema and the development of Spanish language messages for Republican candidate Rick Scott in Florida with Brad Todd, Founding Partner, On Message. Listen now.
Re-establishing diplomatic relationship with Cuba and how social media is changing the understanding of cultures around the globe with Tex Harris, retired foreign service. Listen now.
Rapid response, crisis management and other key lessons learned from political campaigns are being applied to non-profits, corporations and outside groups and more from Matthew Dybwad, Partner, CRAFT. Listen now.
Demonstrating the effectiveness of technology solutions to local elected officials and the LinkNYC project that is turning phone booths into wi-fi hot spots with Ben Katz, Political Director, OpenSanDiego. Listen now.
Digital Politics Radio wraps up the campaign season with this collection of interviews with industry insiders:
Video consumption and other media habits, ad placement and the user experience across all screens including those inside of cars and other insights about the online expectations of voters and consumers from Chris Ruff, CEO and President, UIEvolution. Listen now.
Applying political psychology and advances in neuropsychology to persuade voters and win races with David Rosen, Founder, First Person Politics.
Ground game and social media and how digital enhances relationships with voters with Beth Becker, Becker Digital Strategies @spedwybads. Listen now.
Need for a dual track strategy to effectively reach early and absentee voters as well as getting out the vote on election day and using online ads for persuasion and action with Brad Marston, Partner, Four Tier Strategies. Listen now.
E-mail donation appeals, nationalization of fundraising campaigns, and list building with an eye on 2016 particularly by the Ready for Hillary SuperPAC with Colin Delany, Founder, e-Politics. Listen now.
Using geo-enabled data and big analytics enable campaigns to make better decisions about the ground game and latest improvements in spatial analysis tools and what it means for smarter walk lists with Keith Cooke, State Government Account Executive, Esri. Listen now.
Digital Politics Radio ends the summer with a great range of guests. Time to catch up with these short, informative and occasionally amusing podcasts.
With lessons learned in the Obama 2008 and 2012 field programs, the next level political technology gives Democratic candidates an advantage with Stu Trevelyan, CEO and President, NGP VAN. Listen now.
Big data and the power of maps to better visualize voter and volunteer information, challenging assumptions about voters, and improving efficiency with Bruce Willsie, CEO and President, L2 Listen now.
Lessons learned from the ice bucket challenge and the need to test digital tactics to insure campaigns are reaching voters where they want to receive messages with Joe Fuld, Founder, The Campaign Workshop. Listen now.
The value of targeting logged-in voters based on their listening habits across all screens including in cars with Sean Duggan, VP Advertising, Pandora.com. Also insights about why media buyers are moving to online targeting on trusted sites particularly in certain markets. Listen now.
Reflections on running as an independent candidate in a state-wide race, getting the attention of Independent and swing voters, and the Tim Draper Six Californias ballot initiative with Dan Schnur, Director, Jesse H. Unruh Institute of Politics, USC and former candidate for Secretary of State in CA. Listen now.
Some recent popular Digital Politics Radio podcasts. Go to Digital Politics Radio to listen or download a link. Show is also available on Stitcher.com and iTunes under Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda
Digital Politics Radio update time and my guests have been varied and provocative. We began editing segments together where guests are with me for 2 or more segments.
On March 12 I talked with Rena Shapiro, Political Director, Pandora about their method of targeting political ads by musical taste, the rise in demand for mobile ads, and changing listening habits.
On March 6 my first guest was Ondine Fortune, president, Fortune Media talking about cross media, targeting on cable, mobile and web ads.
I also spoke with David Kanter, CEO, Beyond Voter Lists about targeting using direct mail and the groups of passionate voters that are most appealing to campaigns and consultants.
On February 27 the subject was pollsters and polling. I first talked with John Nienstedt, President, Competitive Edge Research & Communication about voter turnout for the San Diego mayoral run-off election and how Republicans are reaching out to Latino voters.
I also spoke with Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research who provided more details about the No Party Preference voters and the value of targeting on such sites as Pandora.
On February 20 we heard from Aaron Strauss, Political Engineer talking about correlating online and offline data with voting behavior and other thoughts on big data with reflections on the Obama strategy.
On the Republican side, we heard from Holly Turner, COO, Stampede Consulting on tips on building a political and advocacy consulting business.
On February 13 the topic was voter engagement. My first guest was Steven Nemerovski, lobbyist and host of None of the Above on Grassrootstv.org in Aspen, CO talking about citizen lobbyists and independent voters.
My second guest was Nick Bowden, CEO, Mind Mixer on his solution to include more voices in matters that impact local communities.
On February 6 the focus was on targeting voters. My first guest was Jason Cabel Roe, Partner, Revolvis discussing targeting Millennials and bi-lingual and Spanish speaking voters.
My other guest that day was Ed Clancy, The Bike Guy SD talking about the demographics of the cycling community and the impact of Livable Streets coalitions.
On January 30 my first guest was Joe Kuklis, author, The Robin Hood of DC providing an insiders view of lobbying and how small and medium sized business can gain influence at the national, state, and local levels.
I also spoke with Colin Delany, Founder, ePolitics about his new book How to Use the Internet to Win in 2014 and the impact of social media on political parties.
On January 23 Michael Berg, Law Office of Michael Berg, talked about the upcoming FCC spectrum auction and the Aereo case going before the Supreme Court.
The ground game was the topic with Ned Ryun, CEO, Voter Gravity who talked about mobile canvassing and planning a smart ground game using data mining and a GIS interface.
On January 16 my guest was Tracy Russo, Founder, Russo Strategies, and the topic was Chris Christie and implications of political scandals on national perceptions of candidates and elected officials.
My other guest was Ary Sharifian, CEO, PowerPoll talking about his San Diego based start-up creating online polls for improving voter engagement.
On January 9 the topic was mobile engagement with my guest Scott Tilton, CEO, Hookit who shared his insights about about using social media to provide a robust environment for athletes, brands, and fans and lessons about building passionate communities of interest and what it might mean for political campaigns.
My other guest was Ken Denman, CEO and President, Emotient who explained how they are understanding emotional responses by scanning facial expressions.
On December 19 the first guest was Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research, talking about polling voters in special elections, impact of ballot initiatives on turnout and 2014 CA races.
On December 12 I spoke with Steven Alembik, Founder, SMA Communications about opt-in lists and targeting voters with the right message at the right time.
My other guest that day was William Brindley, CEO, NetHope who talked with me about rapid response to emergencies and the legacy of Nelson Mandela.
On December 5 my first guest was Peter Martini, Co-Founder and Chief of Strategy, iboss Network Security talking about preventing network security breaches especially in the age of bring your own device to work.
My second guest was Dr. Stanton Sloane, President and CEO, Decision Sciences International Corp. talking about scanning for and detection of nuclear, radiological and contraband threats using muon technology.
My third guest was Bill Sullivan, Director for Strategy and Business Development for the Broadband Systems Group, ViaSat addressing the increasing demand for broadband access from fixed to mobile as well as portable solutions for rapid response.
Digital Politics Radio has moved to the Radioactive Broadcasting Network and most links to shows from this year are available there. Some of my favorite interviews in the last few months include the following. I have also started a new show Empowered Patient Radio on the same network. All about disruptive technology and a different blood sport.
On November 21 I talked with Toby Chaudhuri, Founder, SocialXDesign and former assistant to President Obama on racial diversity and global democracy. Topic is voter touch points and importance of kitchen table issues particularly in off-year elections.
Interview with Toby Chaudhuri
Interview continues with Toby Chaudhuri
I also talked with Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research and Joe Weber, Reporter National Politics, FOXNews.com about the non-stop news cycle and how people consume news.
On November 13, my guest was Steven Nemerovski, Lobbyist and Author EParty talking about third party candidates and what influences voters to support ballot initiatives. Steve is interested in arming third party candidates with tools to level the playing field and run effective campaigns at the state and local levels.
On November 6 I talked with Brian Mitchell, CEO and Managing Partner, GM Ryan International and the topic was jobs of the 21st century and the kinds of senior level skills that are needed in C-level jobs.
Kate Kaye, Data and Analytics Reporter Advertising Age filled in some details about how governments are using big data and how cities are micro-targeting tourists as well as constituents to provide better services. We also talked about the changing shopping experience and consumer engagement and what it means about voter expectations.
On October 30 I talked with Sanjay Nichani, CEO, Squeak 16 about their new mobile platform for sharing photos that allows for annotation and deeper engagement.
Armando Telles, Community Organizer, Student Veteran Coalition talked about why vets might not vote and getting more vets involved in their communities.
On October 23, Dave Gold Gold Communications discussed insights about Hispanic voters in Texas and best practices for reaching base as well as swing voters.
Michael Beach, Co-Founder, Targeted Victory talked about targeting online ads to specific categories of voters and drawing on skills from the private sector to bring insights to engaging voters.
On October 16 the topic with my guest Shaun Dakin, Dakin Associates Consulting was the government shut-down and the Virginia governor’s race.
On October 2 I talked with Chris Torres, Campaign Programs Director, New Organizing Institute about cross generational support for immigration reform, raising awareness of Hispanic voters and attempts at both voter suppression and increasing minority voter turnout.
For more on Hispanic voters, I also talked with Andrew Myers, President, Myers Research about their recent study of Hispanic voters in Texas, increasing turnout, and effectiveness of public pressure to get people to vote.
On September 25, my guest was Colin Delany, Founder ePolitics talking about lessons learned in 2013 primaries, the nationalization of fundraising campaigns, the Ted Cruz narrative and mobilizing the base.
My other guest that day was Chris Massicotte, COO,DSPolitical discussing single issue organizations, data mining, building lists, integrating social advertising into the media plan and best practices for online fundraising.
On September 11 the subject was fundraising around the news cycle. My first guest was Matthew McMillan, President, BuzzMaker explaining his online fundraising calculator used to determine metrics that matter most in maximizing efforts.
I also talked with Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research and contributing editor to the show about their recent research on California voters and the subject of school boards, testing and teachers. We also talk about cross partisan issues, polling the silent majority and low information voters.
On August 28, my guest was William Brindley, CEO, NetHope talking about transforming developing societies using open source strategies to encourage collaboration.
Continuing with the theme of encouraging sharing, I also talked with Anupam Gupta, President and CEO, Mixpo about executing multi-screen digital video ads and branded content to tell persuasive narratives and encourage engagement.
On August 21 the subject was smart geodesign and my guest was Shannon McElvaney, Global Industry Manager, Community Development, Esri who explained how GIS tools have changed the way we see the world and creating predictive visual models to inspire more innovative environments.
My other guest that day was Alan Rosenblatt, Partner, Turner Strategies with insights about getting attention on social media and the need to tell robust stories.
On August 14, I was pleased to have the chance to talk with Richard Saul Wurman, author and father of Information Architecture and the TED Talks as well as the Urban Observatory. We discussed the need to compare big data across multiple cities around the globe to better understand how to create and develop robust urban environments.
In addition I talked with Michael Colosimo, CEO and Co-Founder, THRDPLACE about improving local communities through visual representation to engage in constituents and build solutions.
My last guest that day was Ben Katz, CEO and Co-Founder, Givalike and community activist talking about the Mayor Bob Filner story here in San Diego.
On August 7 Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research and contributing editor to the show and I were joined by Katie Merrill, Founder and President, Merrill Strategy Group talking about how politicians and candidates should use social media and challenges for traditional media strategists negotiating the world of Facebook and Twitter.
On July 31 my first guests were Richard C. Hall, Director Global Strategic Alliances, Intel and William Brindley, CEO, NetHope talking about finding smart uses for technology to address critical problems in the developing world, trickle up innovation and the need to show the value of investing in technology.
On the second half of the show, I talked with Ingrid Stange, Founder, Partnership for Change about empowering a global audience to express concerns about human rights violations and the need for transparency to address social injustice.
On July 24, I talked with David Gadsden, Non-Profit Organization Program, Esri about overcoming limitations in remote areas using GIS tools to better understand how to allocate resources, improve transparency and encourage crowdsourcing.
Time for an update of the Digital Politics Radio show.
On July 17 I talked with Vishal Dubey, VP Technology, Dacadoo, a health tracking system that incorporates multiple data points into a single number to reflect all around health. This company has an international board of advisers and is using social media and gamification to motivate and extend the effectiveness of sensors.
I also spoke with Brian Franklin President Impact Politics about timing of online political campaigns and the value of first impressions.
On July 10, my guest was Rory Moore, CEO, CommNexus talking about the success story of ecoATM, creating a non-profit incubator in San Diego and characteristics of a real entrepreneur.
Continuing on the theme of start-ups I talked with Chris Holbert, CEO, SecuraTrac about how sensors are enabling the creation of predictive models and actionable information for securing spaces and people.
On July 3, I talked with industry expert Michael Turk, President, Opinion Mover Strategies about collaboration, organizing, persuasion, and voter turnout. Michael also points out the role of political events in small towns.
Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research and I discussed the Wendy Davis filibuster in the Texas State Senate, the viral campaign that resulted and whether access to unfiltered government in action is of interest to citizens.
On June 19 I talked with Steve Kovsky, Senior Digital Content Manager, Websense about sensors, big data, real-time analysis, and user interfaces.
Continuing with the theme of sensors, I talked with David Inns, CEO, GreatCall about their JitterBug solutions, helping the aging population stay healthy and mobile, and creating mobile services for medication management, rapid response, and keeping people independent.
On June 12 my first guest was Shaun Dakin, Founder and CEO, Stop Political Calls talking about the Personal Democracy Forum in NY, transparency, and the balance between security and personal privacy.
My second guest that day was Ben Tulchin, President, Tulchin Research talking about voter behavior, the LA mayoral race and whether privacy and security will be a campaign issue.
On June 5 my first guest was Ted Dhanik, CEO and Co-Founder, Engage:BDR talking about the LA mayoral race, targeting voters, online ads, and leveraging traditional media to win campaigns.
Local news was the subject with Scott Lewis, CEO, Voice of San Diego, who talked about building online communities, expectations for mobile access to news, and the value of debates and moderated discussions for candidates and elected officials.
On May 29, the subject was deploying technology around the world. My first guest was William Brindley, CEO, NetHope, talking about building broadband and mobile highways to strengthen societies, giving web access to refugee camps, and dealing with conflict resolution using social media.
My second guest was Dele Atanda, CEO and Author of Digitterian Tsunami: Web 3.0 & Rise of the NEO Citizen talking about empowering citizens, implications of the Arab Spring, and who owns personal data.
On May 22 I talked with Michael Horn, VP Research, Resonate Insights about voter views on immigration, getting beyond partisanship and finding out what really matters to voters.
My second guest was Chris Jennewein, Senior Regional Editor, Southern California, Patch.com talking about hyperlocal online communities, blending social media and web sites, and the value of local events to enhance online relationships.
On May 15 I talked with Nina Brown, Program Director, Business4Better about their community engagement events, encouraging corporate social responsibility, and collaborations between non-profits and corporations.
My second guest was Megan Kashner, Founder and CEO, Benevolent, an exhibitor at the Business4Better event. We talked about complimenting resources of non-profits to provide support on a local level, overcoming the digital divide for low income people, and getting donors more involved.
On May 8, we talked about social responsibility and my first guest was Sam Stern, Chief Communication Technologist MagnifyGood. We discussed how corporations are getting involved in their communities, creating a narrative for non-profits, and the need to demonstrate ROI on funds from donors. In the second half of the interview, Sam talked about his work with Modallic and the application of wireless healthcare to developing economies.
My second guest was Maya Gina Pirela, Southern California Regional Manager, EarthShare California with specifics about how environmental and conservation non-profit organizations are working together, structuring volunteer opportunities and green team networking.
My third guest was Patti Boman, Co-Chair, PFLAG, talking about advocating for gay, lesbian, and transgender people to promote equality, use of social media to provide support and mentoring, and the value of celebrity endorsements.
On May 1 my first guest was Matthew Dybwad, Partner, CRAFT Media Digital on lessons learned from their work on the Mia Love for Congress campaign, using online tools for fundraising, and creating effective web video.
My second guest was Lisa Grogan, President and CEO, TKF The Tariq Khamisa Foundation, talking about using social media to draw attention to solutions to youth violence, impact of celebrity endorsements on social media, and getting attention for fundraising efforts.
Digital Politics Radio pulled back the layers on big data, voter engagement, and digital campaigns with a wide variety of guests this spring.
On the April 24 show my first guest was Waldo Tibbetts, Director of Political and Advocacy Sales, Rocket Fuel talking about programmatic ad buying, message testing and recognizing the power of one-to-one marketing particularly when using real time bidding to fine tune the media plan.
I also talked with Linda Miles, Treasurer, St. Paul’s Foundation For International Reconciliation about their work to support marginalized women, asylum victims, and LGBT individuals by using social media, skype, email and web video. We also talked about the value of endorsements from the Elton John AIDS Foundation and other celebrities to raise awareness and funds.
On April 17 my guest was Nick Bowden, CEO, MindMixer talking about the need for engagement to build communities around issues and the variety of ways to interact with more individuals.
The topic shifted to community organizing with my guest Jamie McGonnigal, Community Engagement Manager, New Organizing Institute. We talked about the need for consistency in messaging, telling the narrative of a cause, the LGBT community prepares for the upcoming Supreme Court rulings and predicting what will go viral.
April 10 show included Becky Mancuso, Senior Digital Strategist, Brabender/Cox talking about traditional and digital strategies, online ad units that work, and perception of negative and humorous ads.
In the second half of the show I discussed with Matthew McMillian, President, BuzzMaker, his POLLIE awards from the American Association of Political Consultants, the 2012 gubernatorial race in Puerto Rico, and the expanding role of digital political strategists.
On March 27, the subject was multi-screen viewing and my first guest was Peter Pasi, Vice President, Collective Political. We talked about voter persuasion, interaction with ads throughout the day, maximizing cross screen experiences and mobile ads.
My second guest was Gary Arlen, Founder and President, Arlen Communications talking about distribution of video across multiple devices, real world and virtual relationships, and Internet taxation.
On March 20, the subject was accelerating time to market by outsourcing HR services and recognizing the value of employee benefits to remain competitive in the marketplace. Rick Iverson, Regional Consultant, TriNet described the new world of cloud based human capital management.
My second guest was Ben Katz, founder and CEO, Givalike, who continued the discussion about good corporate citizenship and growing employee loyalty, using social channels to raise money and awareness for small non-profits, and making it easier for people to contribute small amounts to favorite causes.
The show on March 13 turned to spectrum management in an interview with Michael Berg, communications lawyer who provided some details about how the FCC is managing spectrum needs of wireless and non-wireless providers, developing universal standards for broadcast and cable in light of mobile needs.
My second guest was Jeremy Duimstra, Co-Founder, MJD Interactive Agency addressing new media habits, improving the engagement experience, rewarding loyalty, and mobile apps and native ads.
Update on Digital Politics Radio guests since the first of the year. We will be following the top races in 2013 and many of the guests shared insights about 2012 races and expectations for 2013 and 2014 campaigns.
On March 6, my first guest was Brian Franklin, President, Impact Politics, who talked about the race he ran for Patrick Murphy against Allen West for the Congressional seat in Florida, the use of web video and how to take advantage of a campaign with a national audience.
My second guest was Chris Ruff, President and CEO, UIEvolution, talking about the recent Mobile World Congress, the rise of connected devices, improving the value of content and services particularly in the hospitality business, the growth of digital signs and wearable and specialized devices.
On February 27, my first guest was Jimmy Orr, Managing Editor Digital, Los Angeles Times who reflected on his days in the George W. Bush White House as the web guy responsible for making the Barney the First Dog web videos. We also talked about the need for transparency in political campaigns and the role of newspapers in covering a race.
Talking with Evan Sutton, Communications Director, New Organizing Institute, expanded the range of the show with a look at the future of the use of digital tools for mobilizing and organizing. Evan also explains how to tell the differences between a grassroots and AstroTurf campaign.
On February 13 I talked with Michael Pranikoff, Global Director of Emerging Media, PR Newswire about increasing visibility and engagement, role of citizen journalists, and the use of media around the world.
The subject was web sites and media strategies in my interview with Kari Butcher, Sr. VP Public Affairs, id Media. We also talked about getting beyond the silos in campaign management to communicate with people on the screen of their choice.
On the February 6 show I talked with Colin Delany, founder, ePolitics about how social media is the domain of niche interests, amplification of messages on social media, and how the Obama campaign placed ads on the web on obscure cable channels.
I continued the conversation with Curt Mercadante, Principal, Merc Strategy Group about ways to take advantage of live events using social media, reaching Baby Boomers on Facebook, targeting online ads, effective use of email to engage voters and finding low information voters online.
My other guest that day was Aaron Cuker, CEO and Chief Creative Officer, Cuker Interactive, talking about how the growing number of touch points means creating brand eco-systems around a consumer, strategies for mobile second screen experiences and the benefit of curated content.
On the January 23 show I talked with Waldo Tibbetts, Director of Political and Advocacy Sales, Rocket Fuel about targeting online ads, the ability to buy custom audiences across multiple screens driven by Big Data, real time bidding, the changing role of media buyers, and actionable data from predictive models.
We also got a preview of the South Carolina Congressional race from Phil Noble, President, PoliticsOnline. This race includes former Governor Mark Stanford, Ted Turner’s son Teddy, and Elizabeth Colbert-Busch, sister of Stephen Colbert. We also talked about lessons learned from the Obama campaign and grassroots efforts for down ballot races.
On January 16 my first guest was Carolyn Carlson, Founder, Carlson Political Consulting, discussing building, appending and refreshing contact lists, value of email, text messaging, and best practices for outreach to all voters as well as niche groups.
With the CEA event just concluded in Las Vegas, I had a chance to talk with Jim Barry, Media Spokesperson, Consumer Electronics Association about changes in our connected world, development of wireless health and wellness devices, entertainment anywhere, and convergence in hand held devices and growth of connected things.
On January 9, I heard from Scott Crider, Owner, Watchdog Causes about lessons learned by the Dogs Against Romney campaign, the power of dog owners, and how emotional appeals drive social media success.
My other guest was Francine Busby, Democratic leader here in San Diego, who talked about the importance of door-to-door and phone contact from candidates and volunteers in addition to any digital activities, the impact of digital capture devices and postings on social media, and initiatives to get more women to run for office.
To start the year off on January 2, I talked with Mark Bryant, VP Business Development and Stephanie Davari-Page, Director of Business Development, Resonate Insights, about finding persuadable voters online, pre-roll video and mobile ads, influencing public opinion with online persuasion, and targeting by values, attitudes and beliefs.
My other guest was Chris Massicotte, Partner, DSPolitical talking about new opportunities for advocacy targeting, promoting progressive issues online, cookie technology and targeting multiple screens to get out the vote.