Three Ways to Revive a Failed Press Release via @ragancomms
Ever send out a press release you thought was on the money and get zero emails or phone calls in response? Here are a few tips for getting a little earned media out of your press release if the media isn't interested.
Breaking Free from the 'Top of the Ticket' via @campaignsinabox
The biggest lesson candidates needed this year was how to break free from the top of the ticket. So I wrote a few ideas out for how to run independently of the top of the ticket.
How to Run as a Conservative, Contrary to Party Advice via @dbongino
Some great tips on running independently as a conservative. This may be my favorite tip: "Keep some bullet points in your head that you would like to address and speak with the authentic emotion that drove you to enter the race in the first place."
Next Year's Election Night Winners = This Year's Losers via @campaignsinabox
An argument for running again - the folks who win elections have often lost an election or two in the past. You'll run a better campaign when you run for the second time, and learn from mistakes you made the first time.
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