Over the last few weeks we’ve been working on a highly informative blog series about Political Marketing for Corporations because, well, that’s exactly what we’ve been doing here at Push. We’ve taken our political tool belt and applied it to our new corporate clients… and it’s actually working.

During our recent series we pushed out a ton of content. No seriously, like a ton. So now it’s time to tie it all up and put everything in one place. Check it out below!

We wrote these 11 posts:

What Corporations Should Learn from Political Campaigns
Recently, we’ve been picking up a lot of corporate work, which has me realizing one thing: corporations need people like Push. Learn why…

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Speed Is Everything
Speed is everything. There’s only one commodity in politics: TIME. You can raise more money or recruit more volunteers, but you cannot create more time.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Be Lean and Mean
Make every single penny count. Money is the 2nd most precious commodity in politics. Learn why corporations should spend more like political campaigns.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Get Shit Done
There’s not enough time in the day to have meetings about meetings. Campaigns need results ASAP, so surround yourself with people that just get shit done.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Perfection Is Overrated
Not every single thing you work on is destined to be the next Mona Lisa or the Sistine Chapel. Editing until perfection wastes time, money and your sanity.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Empower Your People
Think about where you work: If you need a PowerPoint presentation to explain the decision-making process, then it’s too complicated. Empower your people.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: You Will Get Hit
Getting punched in the face is not a matter of “if” but a matter of “when.” You will get hit and your company better be ready to respond, quickly.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Crisis = Opportunity
Businesses become paralyzed and corporations often cower. Every crisis is an opportunity to ask questions, reevaluate your path to victory and strike back.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Customers Care
The best campaigns are about people, and they become “movements.” Think about every customer as if they’re a potential soldier for your brand and business.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: Play Niche
There is safety in numbers, right? WRONG. Some groups you might have NEVER considered could be the key to your success. So don’t overlook niche audiences.

What Corporations Should Learn From Political Campaigns: It Pays To Be A Winner.
In business, 10% market share could mean millions of dollars. In politics… HA! You go home. You lose. Here’s why corporations need to go bigger.

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Lastly, the guys drank beer and talked about real life examples: