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MS1 CEO Curtis Hougland unpacks why it’s real people, rather than influencer marketing, who deliver a brand’s message best.
Main Street One supported multiple organizations in Georgia to get out the vote among young people and people of color to win two races that flipped the Senate blue.
How do you knock doors in a virtual landscape? How do you efficiently reach mothers in Wisconsin, mobilize Black voters in Alabama, and fight disinformation in Philadelphia all at once?
Democratic campaigns have struggled to door knock during the pandemic. Now, they are barred from advertising on Facebook.
Judy is part of MS1’s Senior Influencer network, and when she shares her own unique story, her voice resonates with others who can truly relate.
It’s no longer enough to slow the lies, we must speed up the truth.
In his appearance on Ad Age’s “Ad Lib Podcast,” MS1 CEO Curtis Houghland breaks down the past and present of his team’s political tech before leaving with some bold predictions for the future of digital communications.
It’s only been a matter of days since Kamala Harris was publicly introduced as Joe Biden’s running mate. Yet in that small window, Harris has been inundated with sexist and racist attacks online.
"The greatest threat to U.S. climate change reform is neither the cutting down of trees, nor the flood of carbon emissions — it is the systematic, deliberate provocation and trolling of the American people."
That’s why Main Street One is doing all that we can to lend them the microphone.