Last week, as Sacramento’s population topped 500,000 and the city was acknowledged as the fastest growing in California, the energy wasn’t hard to find: our Uber driver was quick to point out the “economy here is booming!”
The Relola team was in California’s capital to train 300 people on the Relola App for Groups and attend numerous meetings, including the California Association of Realtors’ legislative sessions.
As we met with tech entrepreneurs, developers and lobbyists (even ran into the venerable Senator Dianne Feinstein at the Esquire Grill), there was a lot to share with the Relola team back in the Bay Area.
So we did that – in real time – by pinning every stop on our Sacramento “campaign trail” to a Relola map. We dropped pins at every meeting, adding photos, videos, quotes and comments – even customer feedback for the Relola app. Our Bay Area team was kept in the know while we were on the go.
Innovative Political campaigns are adopting Relola to do the same. By pinning their activities on the campaign trail, at volunteer events, rallies, fundraisers – everyone stays informed about what matters and can spread the word with ease.
How does it work? Campaign teams and volunteers post photos and videos to their candidate’s Relola map. The same posts get immediately shared out to Facebook, Twitter and other channels – the big difference is followers get pointed back to the candidate’s website. There, they experience the full map – the full campaign trail – and the candidate’s message.
Each Relola post gets over 2,700 views. That multiplies quickly as more of your supporters start posting.
With the increasingly scrutiny (and cost) of promoted social media posts, candidates are seeing alternatives. Relola is a clear organic alternative that is designed to circumvent these issues. We’re excited to apply our technology to help candidates break through the noise in 2018.
Learn more at win2018.relola.com or contact us to get your campaign team started.