This is the first thing people will see about your Campaign. Get their attention with a short title that focusses on the change you’d like them to support.
Example: "Buy organic, free-range eggs for your restaurants" Not: "Stop the inhumane treatment of chickens in battery farms that are force-fed..."
Example: "Raise the minimum wage in to $300 a day"Not: "Stop rising income inequality"
Example: "Approve life-saving medication for my daughter's insurance before it’s too late"
This is the person, organisation, or group that can make a decision about your petition. Laura's Campaign will send them updates on your campaign and encourage a response.
You might need to do some research to find the right person who can make or influence the decision.
You might see faster results if you choose a more junior person who is Campaigned less often than more recognisable figures.
Your Campaign is most likely to win by reaching an agreement with your decision maker.
People are more likely to support your campaign if it’s clear why you care. Explain how this change will impact you, your family, or your community.
Readers are most likely to take action when they understand who is affected.
Explain what needs to happen and who can make the change. Make it clear what happens if you win or lose.
Readers are more likely to sign and support your campaign if it’s clear why you care.
Don't bully, use hate speech, threaten violence or make things up.
Campaign's with a photo receive six times more signatures than those without. Include one that captures the emotion of your story.
lauras campaign may test a variety of images to help your campaign be seen by more people.Learn more.
You may want to try larger photo. The best photos are at least 1200 pixels wide by 675 pixels tall.
Photos of people or animals work well.
Large photos look good on all screen sizes.
Make sure your photo doesn't include graphic violence or sexual content.
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