How These Domains Can Help Your Campaign
Choosing a domain name is one of the most important decisions you'll make when setting up a website. It's even more important
when that website is a political one because you have a very limited time in which to publicize your site, get the voters to visit, and convince
them to vote your way. A good ballot measure domain name can help voters find your site more easily and hear the message that you want to deliver.
Easy to Remember/Guess Helping Voters Find You
When voters see your campaign's domain name they usually have only seconds to remember it. The domain MUST be memorable, not some obscure name
that fits the cause but that no one could guess, let alone remember. The best way to make your ballot measure domain name memorable is to
select a standard format that voters are used to seeing and that they could easily guess (because MANY of them do). Almost all of the domains in
Ballot Measure Domains' portfolio meet this standard-format criteria.
Improve Search Engine Rankings
You want your campaign to appear high in the search engine results; definitely ahead of your opposition. Keyword Rich Domain Names can give
a small boost in search rankings when combined with quality content, Exact Match Domain Names are even better. Most domain names at Ballot Measure Domains can easily be
qualify as an Exact Match!
Establish Campaign Identity
Choose your domain name as soon as your issue is assigned a ballot designation. Integrate the domain name into all of your campaign materials.
If done right, your campaign should be known as the "Yes On 2 Campaign" or the "No On Measure B Campaign", etc. Remember, your objective is to
get the voter to vote the way you want them to. Keep the action message basic and consistent – YesOn53.org
Act as a Call to Action
Your domain name should appear everywhere! If chosen correctly, each time somone reads, hears, or speaks it they will receive a subtle reminder
of the action you want them to take. Compare the action messages delivered by YesOnProp2.com vs. the less motivating Prop2.com or CitizensForGreenerGrass.org.