-24 hours: Remind/tell your network about the campaign. Tell them what they need to do.
Day 1: Create momentum, make sure you’re talking about it on social networks and energizing your personal networks.
End of week 1: Let your supporters know about your progress and accomplishments and how they can still help you. Continue with social and personal networks. Encourage the natural competition. Repeat for longer campaigns.
1-3 days before the end : Create a sense of urgency. Remind supporters about the deadline and how close you are to your goals. Tell them how they can still help.
Last Day: Go strong on social networks to get that last boost. Emphasize the sense of urgency and sense of competition. People rally behind an opportunity to be part of a winning effort.
+24 hours Thank everyone who helped you and let them know the results of their efforts.
Prewritten email: Include a short paragraph of information for your supporters to forward to their networks. This should include your organization name, the link to vote, the deadline and what’s at stake.
Prewritten Facebook status: Your organization might not be on Facebook, but individuals are! Give them 1-2 sentences to include when they post the voting link on Facebook. Make sure to include your organization name.
Email signatures: Ask your colleagues and supporters to include a link to the voting site in their email signature. This is a low-impact way to promote your organization, but with high-volume results.