At the Young Democrats of America Fall Conference in Orlando last month attendees had the chance to break off into discussion circles for various topics. One of these topics was free online tools. Using Google Wave, Colin Curtis, Sarah Burris, and I came up with this list of free online tools that are useful for […]

This post was from 2007 but it’s relevant once again. Also, check out the YDA Welcome Guide for College and University Chapters. It’s that time of the year again when college chapters are looking to recruit new members from the influx of wide-eyed freshmen joining their campuses. Here are are a few ideas for new […]

As members of the largest bloc of uninsured Americans, Young Democrats believe quality, affordable Health Care to be a fundamental human right. In our communities and alongside friends, family, coworkers, classmates and neighbors, we will fight to enact farsighted health care reform. The YDA Ensure You’re Insured Youth Organizing Kit will help you and your […]

Facebook Page Best Practices

I have been spending a lot of time working with Facebook Pages recently, and I wanted to share some best practices that I have picked up. Status Updates Status updates are the bread and butter of Facebook Pages. They are your primary source of communication and through likes and comments the primary source of interaction […]

A little less than a month ago we decided to make a concerted effort to increase the number of fans for the Young Democrats of America Facebook page. I want to talk about how we were able to add almost 1,000 new fans during this period. First, we had the advantage of having a Facebook […]

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