Twitter’s announcement of its release of new Lead Generation Cards can no doubt help groups of all sizes increase visibility and build their base.
If you were Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, how would you approach politics, advocacy, and influence? Would you take a typical, old-DC approach to lobbying? Or would you creatively leverage Facebook’s more than 1 billion worldwide users?
Political advocacy groups from both sides of the aisle are teaming up to sponsor a “virtual march” on Washington to advance comprehensive immigration legislation. One of the most notable features of this very well funded, high-profile advocacy effort is that it does not involve an aggressive email component.
Rep. Jared Polis’s Twitter feed shows that a little levity can go a long way. While you shouldn’t throw caution to the wind, adding a healthy amount of variation to your social media posts can prevent your feed from becoming stale.
50 years after President Kennedy passed the Equal Pay Act, women in the United States still earn only 81 cents on the dollar compared to men. A new Bloomberg report reveals that it’s even worse on K Street; women CEOs at top lobbying groups earn $600,000 less than their male peers—68 cents to the dollar.
When volunteers from North Carolina’s Duke Energy power company dispatched to aid in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, the company’s communications staff made sure their stories were shared.
Today is your last chance to register for Women in Government Relations (WGR) Spring Reception to celebrate ‘New Heights for Women Leaders.’
- Twitter Unveils Lead Generation Card, Great Addition to Any Advocacy Effort
- Tech Innovators Run Good Ol’ Fashioned Lobby Campaign
- ‘March for Innovation’ Campaign Goes Social, Skips Email
- Grassroots Political Movement Growing in Spain
- Congressman’s Twitter Feed Demonstrates a Healthy Balance of ‘Serious’ and ‘Fun’
- May 24: Advanced Web Analytics
- K Street Gender Pay Gap Worse than National Average
- Embedded Reporters Cover Disaster Recovery Efforts
- Lobbying Activity Boost in April 2013
- May 16: Women in Government Relations Spring Reception