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November 2, 2010 | By

Me and Jon Stewart, On Making Democracy Work (Tech President) A look into what internet-powered mass participation is doing to politics and government in America. The Future of Social Media and Politics (Mashable) What the rise of mainstream social media has in store for the next generation of political campaigns. Don’t forget to sign up […]

More on Social Media Strategy

September 23, 2010 | By

Jeff is right on the mark in his post “Your Social Media Strategy May Not Be A Strategy.” But it may even be worse than he reports. Some companies and organizations don’t even have clear tactics when it comes to social media, but still think they have a strategy.

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June 7, 2010 | By

Facebook Raises Franking Questions (Congress.org) When signing up for Facebook, is it best for Members to designate their pages as official and governed by franking rules, or as a campaign page? Street Talk: K Street Is the Target as Progressives Hit Town (Roll Call) A collection of liberal organizations are in DC today to kick […]

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June 4, 2010 | By

YouTube Launches Campaign Toolkit For Politicians (TechCrunch) Yesterday marked the launch of Google’s 2010 Campaign Toolkit, aimed at providing political candidates with resources that will enable them to successfully use YouTube and other Google products to engage constituents. The Filter Bubble and the News You Need To Know (techPresident) Is increased sophistication with which information […]

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June 3, 2010 | By

House Dems Outline New Media Contest (Hillicon Valley) After admiring a previous contest held by Republicans, House Democrats outlined their upcoming social media competition earlier this week. Editorial: Social Media Not Social Enough for Politics (OnlineAthens) Due to a lag in campaign donations, candidates in Georgia’s governor race may be running fewer television ads in […]

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May 28, 2010 | By

Ten Commandments of Campaign Social Media (e.politics) Ten rules of campaign social media you should live by. Choose the Right Marketing Channels to Reach the Right Members (Forum) Association marketing, like television, provides tons of choices, however, you’ve got to find the right channels. Don’t forget to sign up for K Street Café’s mailing-list to […]

Daily Specials

May 20, 2010 | By

Politicians Love the iPad — and There’s Nothing Wrong With That (Gigaom) Lately, it seems many on Capitol Hill have developed a fondness for Apple’s iPad. ClickZ’s Digital Political Campaigns 101 (ClickZ) This free downloadable resource provides practical online campaigning tips. The first chapter is written by K Street Café contributor, Colin Delany. Don’t forget […]