Jun 27 2012 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Strategies for Online Engagement:
A Primer for Candidates, Electeds and Activists
Are you planning to:
- Run for office?
- Support a candidate running for office?
- Drive support behind an issue campaign?
If so, we encourage you to join us for a discussion on
Campaigning Online, Growing your Online Presence, and Blogging for Impact
Featuring award-winning new media innovator and writer
Please join us for an informative look at the pivotal role played by digital media strategies in campaigns that win. Learn about best practices that can help you drive the message behind your candidate or cause and inspire your online audience to amplify that message for you.
Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
12:00pm PDT / 1:00pm MDT / 2:00pm CDT / 3:00pm EDT
Space is limited - Please RSVP here!
Partner, Women's Campaign Consortium
Executive Director, Emerge Oregon
Sarah Granger is an award-winning Democratic new media strategist and blogger. She directed the launch of the “first true weblog to be put up by a politician,” according to Wired News and political analysts, while directing Internet strategy for Senator Gary Hart's 2004 U.S. presidential exploratory organization. Sarah currently blogs for The San Francisco Chronicle at SFGate.com, The Huffington Post and BlogHer. Other publishing credits include MSNBC.com, techPresident, Forbes Russia, WSJ.com, MOMocrats.com, and Spectrum magazine, where she covered the Democratic National Convention and the White House. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS, MTV Japan, RT, ABC and NPR.