For well-funded nonprofit and campaign organizations. Starting at $40,000.

Managed Social MediaCanvassing

Thousands of people are reacting to your social media advertising campaigns. Are you responding to them? We can help you convince and convert large-scale audiences with automated and organizer-led canvasses that dramatically increase the effectiveness of your ad spend.

See our work in Campaigns & Elections:
6 Lessons From A Large-Scale Digital Canvassing Campaign

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Starting at $20,000 including ad spend.

Poll-Like Insights withIn-Field Message Testing

Message design, media design, targeting, ad buys, statistical analysis, reporting. We’ll do it all for about the cost of a traditional poll, reaching tens of thousands of relevant social media users and giving you the answers and insights you need to scale your persuasion campaigns.

Review a mock-up of our ad test analysis:
Sample Message Testing Report

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Best for organizations with ongoing growth goals. Starting at $10,000.

All-In Digital Acquisition

The worst part of attracting new supporters for your organization is juggling all the elements for a successful campaign. We remove the guesswork and deliver phone numbers and emails from new supporters right into your database. Perfect for online-to-offline organizing programs. Our flat-rate digital acquisition product includes strategy, design, creative, placement, reporting, automations, and even the direct ad spend!

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The Team

Adriel Hampton

creative director

Adriel (he/him) has the skills of a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and the heart of a Berkeley activist. He’s been a popular speaker and podcaster on “Gov 2.0,” a pizza delivery man, a roofer, and still considers himself first a writer. Adriel has helped hundreds of campaigns with their technology needs, co-founded one of the left’s most popular Facebook pages, and has written more than a hundred thousand tweets.

Astrid Cota

artist, graphic designer, and digital organizer

Astrid Cota (they/she) is a graphic designer, political science undergrad, and organizer with People’s City Council Los Angeles. Since learning about the phenomenon of people power, they have been motivated to fight the intersecting forms of oppression that have impacted their community for decades.

Kennedy Cooper

digital strategy director

Kennedy (they/them) has been helping businesses and organizations grow for ten years. Kennedy has used their creative design skills to help everyone from tiny guitar pedal manufacturers to large political campaigns reach their audiences. They also have started a number of their own businesses and media projects, including founding the successful podcast network Garden Variety Media.

Massimiliano “Max” Carone Jr.

growth manager

Max (he/him) is a creative and analytically minded person with a background in organizing, marketing, sales, and product design. It was through organizing that he discovered the power of technology and has been fascinated ever since with how to leverage it to drive growth and impact for organizations of all types. As an ADHD extrovert, he’s fueled both by collaborating with others and his endless curiosity about the world.

Sarah Goldzweig

designer

Sarah (she/her) graduated from UC Berkeley in 2018 with a degree in Political Economy. Though originally from Los Angeles, she is currently in London pursuing a research degree at the Bartlett School of Planning and studying how the development of Downtown LA has been characterized by legally-legitimated violence.

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