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Creating Super Fans: How to maximize a political candidate’s social media presence


September 4, 2012

Unlike consumer brands, political candidates have a small window to use their social media presence to mobilize supporters, drive event attendance, raise funds and build relationships with constituents.

But it’s not enough for campaigns to simply post an upcoming event on a website and expect a good turnout. Campaigns need to identify their “Super Fans” — which are their most loyal supporters — and provide content for them to share with connections on social media platforms.

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Brian Razzaque Brian Razzaque founded Web-development firm VMT while still a student at the Johns Hopkins University. Razzaque is the primary inventor and architect behind the fan mobilization platform SocialToaster.

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