( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-05-22 10:03:07 )
The power of the social media was evident this past election, with even Donald Trump admitting that Twitter played a vital role in electing him. This has also proven to be true with social and philanthropic campaigns. Organizations find that is not enough to just have a team of digital professionals but, to have passionate activists in their team.
Both Lucy Rahn and Adriana Jansen recently joined the digital team of activists, and have previously worked on Local Energy-
Local Opportunities, EarthFusion Festival, Dressed to Kilt, The Wounded Warrior Project and both played vital roles on "Irish Stand", an event organized by Aodhan O'riordhain.
MKT, a digital and social media management service, is keen on selecting activists who are passionate about the causes it represents, and social activists are finding a voice through the service by providing their expertise to these organizations.
"A campaign must feel new, ground-breaking, and life-changing-- whatever the cause. But, most
importantly the team must be passionate about the cause and know the audience well."
Various events have come to life thanks to digital activists, take for instance the largest march in the history f the United States, "The Women's March", an event entirely organized via social media. Adriana Jansen, who is also part of the team of digital activists also worked in the "I am a Muslim too rally", the largest Muslim rally in the United States. From petitions to elections, social media has been an integral part of decisions affecting populations worldwide.
"They know the audience, and what type of stimulus the audiences respond to, they are successful at reaching out to influencers. With a large part of their audience spending hours online, organizations know they need a good social online presence in order to organize successful events, and they now have an address to connect with activists via digital social mkt."
Their website can be accessed here: www.digitalsocialmkt.com