Public affairs need public relations. North Coast Communications provided digital PR for a public affairs campaign focused on grassroots bipartisan electoral reform in New Hampshire.
We helped grow the follower base for New Hampshire Ranked Choice Voting’s social media account. Specifically, North Coast provided strategic communications consulting, social media management, and paid social advertising. We helped plan, run, and evaluate NHRCV’s social accounts and ran a paid social media campaign that raised awareness about ranked-choice voting, gained followers, generated interest and engagement, and helped recruit volunteers.
Top-rated character, excellent work ethic, super helpful and a job well done! Thank you!
-Tiani Coleman, NHRCV!
This is one excellent example of how public relations can support public affairs campaigns. By providing strategic communications consulting, social media management, and paid social advertising, North Coast helped NHRCV grow its social media following and generate interest and engagement in ranked-choice voting.
One of the key benefits of digital PR is that it allows organizations to reach a wider audience than traditional PR methods. Through social media, NHRCV was able to connect with supporters across the state and share its message in a way that was both informative and engaging.
Moreover, by using paid social media advertising, North Coast was able to target specific audiences and amplify NHRCV’s message to those who were most likely to be interested in ranked-choice voting. This helped to raise awareness about the issue and attract new followers to NHRCV’s social media accounts.
North Coast Communications’ work with NHRCV is a testament to the power of digital PR in supporting public affairs campaigns. Organizations that leverage social media, paid advertising, and other elements of digital PR can reach a wider audience, generate interest and engagement, and advance their advocacy goals.
We’re proud to provide digital PR for a public affairs initiative that enhances elections and democracy.
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