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Using Theories of Change to Campaign & Win - Netroots Nation 2014 training interview with +May Miller-Dawkins of +Core Collaboration Group.
We all campaign on the basis of theories about how change will happen, whether these are explicit or just our standard operating assumptions. In this interview we talk with May Miller-Dawkins of Corelab about developing effective theories of change - the topic of her upcoming training at Netroots Nation 2014.
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Click here! How to write advocacy emails that work - NN14 training interview w/ Elena Perez of SEIU-UHW.
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Saving Daylight: 3 Easy Ways to Save Time While Organizing Online - our latest blog post from +Melissa Foley.
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5 Things We Love - Cool things we've seen online from CREDO Action, Demos & Peers in honor of V-Day. Our latest post from +Melissa Foley.
It's that time of year again! Time for conversation hearts, paper valentines, and a romantic dinner with your sweetie. In honor of Valentine's Day, we thought we'd share 5 things we love - little things and big things we saw online recently that made our hearts flutter.
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Maximizing the Deliverability of Your Organization’s Mass Email - post from guest blogger +Laura Packard at +PowerThru Consulting.
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In case you missed it - Check out all of our interviews with Netroots Nation 2013 trainers.
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How to get media and breakthrough on your issue - Netroots Nation 2014 training interview with Doug Gordon of Fitzgibbon Media.
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Spring Cleaning: Clean Up Your Digital (Work) Life - our latest blog post from +Melissa Foley
Well, spring has sprung! It's a spectacular day here in Oakland and my mind is on spring cleaning. To make things simple, I've put together a checklist with ideas for cleaning up your digital work life.
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4 Reasons to Make Time for Strategy - our latest blog post from +Melissa Foley.
We all want to work strategically, but we don't end up doing it most of the time. There's one thing I've come to realize: Making time for strategy is hard, but totally worth it. Here are four reasons you should make time for strategy. Keep these in mind when making time gets tough.
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New Year's resolutions for online organizers - make 2014 your best year yet. Our latest post from +Melissa Foley.
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Optimize Your Facebook Headlines For Petitions - blog post from ShareProgress.
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The Online Laboratory: Perfecting Your Outreach Through Email Testing - Netroots Nation 2013 training interview with Damien Shirley
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Home to Winning the Internet: Curateding strategies and tactics for change.
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Netroots Foundation brings together online citizens across America, injects progressive voices into the national conversation and advances the values of justice, equality and community in our nation’s politics. With technology, the information revolution and online communities changing the very nature of civic engagement, we seek to accelerate the understanding and support of this fundamental shift in participatory democracy.