The Four Types of Campaign Calls
There are four basic reasons why your campaign needs to send out phone messages to targeted voters.
1. To remind voters about events and announcements from your campaign.
2. To deliver persuasion messages to targeted voters from your friends or supporters.
3. To keep a finger on the pulse of the district in the form of polling or issue surveys.
4. To deliver get out to vote messages to get supporters to the polls on Election Day.
When it comes to setting up your phone program, though, most people think of using just robo-calls, but there are many different way to deliver a phone message. There are several types of robo-calls but you can also use campaign volunteers or paid phone centers to deliver the messages, so there’s a lot of different ways that you can deliver your phone messages to keep them fresh and compelling.
Need to Setup a Targeted Phone Program?
Since 2012, we’ve launched upwards of 20 million calls for our clients – from simple robocalls to IVR polls to sophisticated LIVE OPERATOR phone programs.
We’ve written the scripts, created the DO NOT CALL files and organized the calendar for sending out the calls.
There are lots of details to juggle but if you build your pathway to victory plan and then use the phone program to amplify your message to targeted voters, you’ll save money and be more effective with your calls.
Next Steps to Setup a Phone Program
We’ve created some free resources to help you set up your phone program. Click the button below to watch a free training video. With that video, I’ve included a step by step blueprint that shows you how to set up your phone program so that you can have an effective phone program from day one.
We’ve also included scripts that we’ve used in the past that you can update and use for your campaign.
Click below to access your FREE phone program resources.