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Digital Download: How to Make Memes

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What you will learn

Leadership Institute's Digital Download weekly training series teaches digital technology being used to shape America's electoral system.

Every Tuesday, this training series completes a "deep dive" into new digital technology and effective strategies about how to support your online activism and political efforts.

Become a digitally savvy activist and gain in depth knowledge of a variety of key topics in the digital field. With a mix of speaker presentations and panels, you will learn from center-right digital professionals how to best optimize your digital footprint.

July 6: How to Make Memes

An internet meme, most often a photo with captioned text, is an important means of modern online communication.

Memes are an internet language. Better understanding memes gives you valuable insight into the motivations of those sharing them.

Memes have the power to spread throughout cultures and societies influencing ideas and debate. Only memes that are well-suited to their audiences will go viral, or at least become popular and widespread.

You will leave this session confident you know how to create and use memes effectively for the campaigns and causes of your choice.


The training ends at 1pm Eastern / Washington D.C. time.

Details

Starts Tuesday, July 6

Tue 6:   12:00 PM  - 1:00 PM EDT

Location

This training is online.

Cost

FREE

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Your faculty

Stephen Rowe

Stephen Rowe

Director of Digital Training, Leadership Institute

Stephen Rowe is the Director of Digital Training at Leadership Institute where he's trained 15,000+ activists, students, and leaders on digital and political technology.

Stephen has been listed on multiple 30 under 30 awards. His work has been featured on Fox News, Fox Business, The Daily Caller, The Washington Times, Breitbart, The Daily Wire, and more.

Stephen grew up in Montana, the "Treasure State".