It is no longer necessary to incur the hefty marketing expense to promote your campaign only to be left with erratic calling patterns and immeasurable results.
Ocoee, FL (PRWEB) May 6, 2008
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 6, 2008 -- Could you be productive at work if your phone rang every 3 minutes? Most of us couldn't and that is precisely what a revolutionary new web application is counting on. FloodTheLines.com is a first-of-its-kind application that helps to maximize the effect of telephone advocacy campaigns by organizing and managing the process.
CEO Aubrey Perry hopes that organizations and concerned citizens will use the free application in their grassroots advocacy initiatives. "Email campaigns are easily filtered and petitions don't create the sense of urgency to take action.", says Perry. But receiving a phone call about an issue every 3 minutes for a few days will. "A telephone call is a disruptive event which requires individual attention or there is a risk of missing important information."
FloodTheLines.com produces a steady flood of calls by ensuring that each person who joins a campaign has a specific date and time to make a 30 second phone call. The creators of the campaigns also have the ability to monitor participation in the campaign and adjust their marketing efforts as needed. Organizations whose members are passionate about issues such as animal welfare, education, environment, health care, public safety or senior citizens rights, to name a few, now have a viable tool to mobilize their calls-to-action with the necessary impact for success.
"It is no longer necessary to incur the hefty marketing expense to promote your campaign only to be left with erratic calling patterns and immeasurable results." says Perry.
The company hopes that the application can become a very useful tool to bring people together for the common purpose of influencing decisions whether initiated by individuals or by local, regional or national organizations.
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