Kampein has a front end view (for supporters and visitors) and a back end for administrators.
Most of us use the internet in some way, whether on a computer or a cell phone, and online tools from advertising to social media outreach can be great ways to connect with donors, volunteers and voters. Even when supporters meet the campaign in person at a rally or house party, invitation emails and links on social media can help you stay in touch with them and start them on the path to becoming supporters, donors or volunteers.
Mobilization / Grassroots Organizing
Online tools are great at helping campaigns give people things to do on their behalf. Supporters can canvass their neighbors, recruit friends on Facebook or via email, participate in “virtual phone-banks”, vote on slogans or video ads, and even speak in public on the campaign’s behalf, whether on a blog or at an event.
This will enable you to use the ‘net to push back against attacks and unfavorable coverage, using its ability to go around traditional gatekeepers (like journalists) to reach voters and influencers directly.
A method used to measure and/or reward the impact active users and supporters have had on the campaign. They get points that continue to increase based on certain activities on the platform like: site visit, pledging, invitation for registration, forum activity etc.
An online army can be a powerful source of funds – a lot of money can be raised by powering your website with the option for supporters to contribute financially to your campaign by simply clicking on the “donate” button in a campaign email, via a twitter/facebook page or on the platform directly.
To maintain decency and to reduce cyber-bullying and curb against online attacks from opposition groups, there is a library of registered sensitive words that are not allowed in the forum or throughout the platform. The sensitive words are populated and managed by administrators. They can be automatically detected by the platform. Users cannot post any content containing them.