SociallyMined’s Advocacy 2.0 Impact Change and Create Issue Awareness

“Our Advocacy solutions made a difference in education, national security, healthcare, tax, and minimum-wage related issues. Our solutions impacting policy decisions by building engaged online communities for client’s issues was validation that the paradigm’s shifting in Washington DC,” said Anthes.

SociallyMined (http://www.SociallyMined.com), the industry leader in producing results-driven digital campaigns, ends the 2017 calendar year on a high-note having impacted change and created awareness for DC-centric issues. The company integrated technology solutions into traditional advocacy campaigns to help clients get their message in front of the right people to apply influence and build a virtual uprising.

“Our Advocacy solutions made a difference in 2017 in the areas of education, national security, healthcare, tax, and minimum-wage related issues,” stated Matt Anthes, CEO of SociallyMined. “The fact that our solutions impacted policy decisions by building engaged online communities for our client’s issues was validation that the paradigm is shifting in Washington DC.”

SociallyMined views advocacy as getting the right message in front of the right people in order to affect change. While traditional outreach has gone stale, SociallyMined integrates data and analytics along with innovative technology to identify, qualify and reach the right constituents and influencers to build an effective outreach campaign.

Per an article in The Hill on August 11, 2017, Matt Anthes stated, “When implemented appropriately, a targeted social media advocacy strategy can shape a narrative and lead to a virtual uprising, which can culminate in an issue going viral. That said, Washington, D.C., is still a shoe-leather lobbying town….

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