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How to run digital campaigns: WeAreCities.ca case study

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Groundforce Digital advises and trains teams on the tools and craft of digital campaigning. Groundforce Digital has worked extensively on not-for-profit and political campaigns because we care deeply about making contributions that have positive local impact. This session will offer a behind-the-scenes look at a national policy campaign We Are Cities, and how technology helps digitally-savvy people rally around a cause.

Key Take Aways

  • What you need to run great digital campaigns
  • Modern tools and craft of digital campaigning
  • How to plan your campaign: from concept to development
  • What happens pre- and post-launch
  • Systems and tools needed to sustain your movement

Q: Where is PodCamp Toronto 2015 taking place?

Our event takes over the halls of the Rogers Communications Centre at Ryerson University. The building is located at 80 Gould Street, Toronto (between Church and Jarvis/Dundas and Gerrard).

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