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What do voters really want to see, hear or read from you?

May 27th, 2016 Posted by Wait What Really Ok Podcast No Comment yet
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What do voters really want to see, hear or read from you? The blog supplement for iHeartRadio’s Wait What Really Ok Episode 13: How do you run a political campaign on social media effectively?

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What do voters really want? Not the same old…

Politicians, campaign managers and campaigning groups need to look at social media engagement as a new way to reach a wider array of people and not use the same sound bytes over and over again.

With the supplementing of videos, blogs, audios, photos and links, politicians can dig deeper in to the topics that their constituents want to know about in a way that can allow a voter to read, view, hear and see that much more.

What do voters really want? Engagement and clarity

By using engaging content, beyond the signs, the speeches and the other elements of a campaign, these politicians can create and build better engagement with those that are planning to vote for them as they reach those that are on the fence or haven’t decided.

What do the voters really want? Well, try mixing the personal messages with education of some of the confusing issues, can draw that many more in and connect that many more voters.

What do voters really want? To understand the action and not just the promise

Its not just bashing the other person running or making vague campaign promises. And it isn’t about stating that their views on a given topic are buried 80 pages deep in to a complex website.

By releasing short videos, quick audios, brief blogs and pictures that describe where they stand, what they want to do and how they want to do it, spread over a wider frame of time through out the election, this content will be seen that much more and much more often.

Taking the steps to engage with shorter, faster and simpler content on a regular basis can help to connect a candidate with many more people and give that person that much better of a chance to win… well, unless their stance, views and approaches are crazy!

Listen to the full Wait What Really Ok Podcast Episode “What do voters really want to see, hear or read from you?” on iHeartRadio or on Spreaker at https://spreaker.com/user/lorenweisman/how-do-you-run-a-political-campaign

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