From commerce to media, and from social networks to civic participation and political campaigns, wireless is changing the way we think about communication and civic engagement.
Julie Germany, Vice President Digital Strategy at DCI Group, discusses steering clients to use social media effectively and maximize their engagement with supporters by using a community engagement calendar.
Lee Rainie, Director of Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, talks about the rise of mobile devices and social media when engaging in politics over the last two election cycles.
Director of Mobile Partnerships for Facebook, Emily White, expressed her amazement at how mobile platforms allow Facebook access to a user base previously unimaginable.
As mobile fundraising changes the landscape for campaign finance, Cami Zimmer, President of Campaign Touch, explores how these micro donations are pushing the boundaries of election fundraising laws and creating real engagement between campaigns and voters.
Darah Smith Franklin, Policy Counsel, Google Inc., demonstrates how Google's platforms and services have impacted and will continue to impact the growth of mobile.
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