Weekend Reading: Obama's Data, NationBuilder for Film and Marketing on Facebook
At cStreet Campaigns we’re always scouring the web for the latest trends in campaigns, digital organizing, gamification and big data. Each weekend we’ll round up the best of the web and post it here. Enjoy.
On Fission Strategy’s blog they looked into Why Photo Quotes Work on Facebook, citing examples from Earth Justice and OUR Walmart. [Fission]
As Obama for America reorganizes as a 501c4 non-profit called Organizing for Action, Campaigns and Elections looks at what that means for their vaunted data sets in Obama’s Data for Rent? [Campaigns and Elections]
We announced the launch of a new NationBuilder Government Edition project with Long Beach Council Member Steven Neal. [Inside District 9]
Our clients ro*co Educational Films were featured on NationBuilder.com in a piece titled NationBuilder for films: Bridging the gap between education and action. [NationBuilder]
In a guest post from Holly Ross, Getting Attention looks at the struggle of meaningful content creation for non-profits in How to Create Enough Good Content. [Getting Attention]
The New Organizing Institute’s new blog The Parser looks at open campaign data in All of the Open Data. [The Parser]