American Majority has partnered with the Manning Centre to bring you a series of four FREE webinars to train you to succeed online and on the campaign trail. Reserve your spot today!

How to Message to the Heart: Thursday, May 12, 2:00-3:00 pm ET

It’s time to stop talking like statisticians and start engaging in real conversations that touch hearts, not just minds. Learn from American Majority Colorado Executive Director Nick McIntyre why intellectual analysis fails to work against the moral arguments of progressives, and how conservatives can effectively persuade the people in their community.

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Social Media: How to Become the Digital Activist Every Movement Needs: Thursday, June 9, 2:00-3:00 pm ET

Do people listen to you when you talk politics online?

American Majority National Executive Director Matt Batzel will show you how to communicate your views while forging meaningful relationships. Learn to use simple techniques and free tools that will dramatically increase your impact on a blog, Facebook, Twitter, and more!

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7 Grassroots Cheats You’ve Never Heard Of: Thursday, July 14, 2:00-3:00 pm ET

How do you run a grassroots campaign with little time and even less money? Check out these grassroots strategies, brought to you by American Majority Wisconsin Executive Director Nate Nelson, that will get your message and image in front of large groups of people in time for Election Day.

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Win Online: Unlocking More Power from Social Media: Thursday, August 11, 2:00-3:00 pm ET

Everyone’s on social media these days. From Facebook to Twitter, LinkedIn to Snapchat, American Majority Campus Director Scott Ellis will take you through the top social media platforms, examining what kind of content works best, and how you can use them to organize a winning campaign or activist movement in 2016.

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