One of our goals at SBS is to help associations make their election efforts the best they can be. This series of blog posts helps us accomplish this objective by educating associations on the importance of promoting their voting events...
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) announces the release of Election Best Practices, a series of informative blog posts that educate associations on promotion techniques used to increase election response.
The posts, written by SBS Vice President Peter Westerhaus, address the importance of familiarizing members with candidates and best practices for election promotion. With twenty-two years of experience administering association elections, Westerhaus hopes to share valuable insight on what drives members to the polls.
“One of our goals at SBS is to help associations make their election efforts the best they can be,” states Westerhaus. “This series of blog posts helps us accomplish this objective by educating associations on the importance of promoting their voting events and why an emphasis on informing members about nominees is critical to the success of the election. As we are able to recommend further election best practices, we will make sure to share them with the industry.”
The article series Election Best Practices is available at The Election Experts, a blog dedicated to successful online voting, elections, and surveys for member-based organizations: http://www.surveyandballotsystems.com/resource-library/blog/
About Survey & Ballot Systems
Since 1990, SBS has been providing customers with the tools and resources to conduct highly successful elections. The world’s top associations, cooperatives, and member-based organizations trust SBS to plan and manage their elections. SBS election services include traditional paper ballot elections, online voting, telephone voting, and hybrid voting systems. If your organization could benefit from conducting the highest quality election available, with guaranteed and certified results, make sure to visit http://www.surveyandballotsystems.com for more information.