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Storm of Snowflakes: Our Twitter Action Widget

Twitter’s newest policy change could spell the death of the classic twitterstorm — but we have a solution to keep your tweet-to-target action impactful, your online supporters active, and your tweets fresh and unique. An end to copy-paste tweets Last week, Twitter introduced a change to their “Copypasta and Duplicate content” policy. Internal policies rarely …

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Analytics on Proca

Tracking what’s happening in a campaign is useful for seeing what’s working well and if anything needs changing. Proca collects all of the data from supporters interacting with the widget: not only actions taken and contact opt-ins, but which widget a supporter engaged with, whether they shared it, whether their share resulted in actions. Basic …

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Reply to target: worth implementing this new type of campaign?

Here at fix the status quo, we love transparency and strongly believe that involving more brains will yield smarter campaign tactics. Sometimes, we have ideas (or see others doing something) and we know it would be possible to put them in place, but not sure if they are worth trying. This is one of these. …

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Submitting to EC Consultation

We recently developed Proca to interface with the feedback mechanism for the European Commission (EC). This was used successfully by a coalition of groups who wanted to encourage their members, supporters and the wider public to respond to a Feedback Mechanism about regulation of genetically modified plants based on new genomic techniques (which you can …

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Our Widget

Works like Magic Proca was designed to work like magic. Software is meant to make campaigners’ work easier, not bog them down. Embedding Proca works through ‘widgets’ – a word for a small bit of software or code. Putting a widget on your website is simple: copy the short html code from the Proca dashboard …

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