PolitiView.com Sends Campaigns and Issue Groups “Back to School”

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PolitiView.com has just launched as the web’s first video marketplace for politics. The company is producing unique marketing school videos to teach campaigns and issue groups how to maximize their video marketing communications and optimize their connection with voters and key constituents.

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PolitiView gives candidates and issue groups a tremendous advantage to brand themselves to the public.

A new website that makes it easy for voters to comparison shop political campaigns and issue groups is helping those candidates and organizations become better Web 2.0 marketers.

PolitiView.com has just launched as the web’s first video marketplace for politics. The company is producing unique marketing school videos to teach campaigns and issue groups how to maximize their video marketing communications and optimize their connection with voters and key constituents.

“Video is becoming the predominant language of politics. And PolitiView is a unique and effective video platform for politics. With our Campaign and Marketing School video series, we want to show candidates and issue groups all of the creative possibilities they have to get their message out,” said Susan Nightingale, president and founder of PolitiView.

The videos, designed as short lessons, are packed full of easy-to-implement marketing instructions for campaigns and special issue groups that are subscribers to PolitiView.com. Each lesson provides a wealth of ideas and best practices for creating compelling video stories.

Campaigns can use their PolitiView.com gallery of 20 videos to make announcements; create biographies; outline their policy stances; capture campaign events; publicize 3rd party endorsements; broadcast commercials; or replay debates and editorial board interviews, amongst many other applications.

Special Issue Groups can use the video gallery to relate their institutional history; present their priorities and programs; take part in the daily debate if their issue is politicized; post messages from leadership; and endorse candidates who support their causes.

“PolitiView gives candidates and issue groups a tremendous advantage to brand themselves to the public,” said Nightingale. “The 20 videos are 20 possibilities to give a fuller and more in-depth picture of a candidate and a cause.”

Unlike any other site on the web, PolitiView.com aggregates, organizes and customizes the voter’s search for information about candidates and issues. It’s easy. Voters can enter their address and see what offices they will vote for on Election Day, then go to those races and see and hear the candidates in the race. In addition, voters can quickly search an alphabetically sorted list of issues to access the video content of their choice to better understand all sides of an issue.

A PolitiView.com subscription also includes 5 hyperlinked web addresses that can be used to link to websites, Facebook pages and Twitter streams; as well as landing pages that solicit donations, volunteers and publicize events calendars.

About PolitiView, Inc.
PolitiView.com is a real-time video marketplace for politics that puts the voter in charge. Unlike other information sources, PolitiView.com provides context; and brings the campaign directly to voters in the easy video format they know and have come to expect in today’s online world. Campaigns, political parties, special issue groups and ballot measure organizations supply a wide range of video content to better inform voters. Voters can watch, analyze and comparison shop in the political realm – just like they do for any other important purchase decision. PolitiView is completely nonpartisan. For more information, visit http://www.PolitiView.com or call 888-947-8439.

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