The 2012 campaign to re-elect U.S. President Barack Obama took data and testing to a new level, not just in the field but in its digital operations as well. The campaign raised over half a billion dollars online, much of which can be traced directly to the rigorous testing and data-driven decision-making that defined the campaign’s culture. This rapid-fire training session will give you an insider’s view of the campaign’s most effective techniques for raising money and mobilizing supporters online, particularly through email. The campaign’s Director of Digital Analytics, Amelia Showalter, will show you how to design experiments that go beyond basic split testing, how to incorporate demographic and behavioral data into your outreach, and how to foster a culture of testing and innovation. Plus, you’ll learn surprising lessons and anecdotes from inside the campaign, with the goal of helping you brainstorm new ways to optimize your own digital operations.