Obama for America + Bully Pulpit Interactive

Obama for America + Bully Pulpit Interactive

BPI’s leadership team led Barack Obama’s historic 2008 digital marketing and advertising campaign, overseeing the biggest political online marketing effort in history. Over the past 5 years we have continued to pioneer new methods for fundraising, persuasion, GOTV and micro-targeting.

See what the media has to say:

10.01.2012: Bloomberg: Obama’s ‘Bully Pulpit,’ Romney’s ‘Rambler’ – Where The Money Goes

09.14.2012: ClickZ: Obama Group Slams Romney in Web Ads

 08.07.2012: Bloomberg: Obama’s ‘Bully Pulpit’ – Internet vs Republican National Convention

08.05.2012: Real Clear Politics: Record Spending by The Obama Campaign

07.24.2012: Inc.: Election Brings New Opportunities for Tech Start- ups

07.24.2012: Mashable: Tech Startups Cash in on Presidential Race…Bully Pulpit Interactive (the top Democratic digital machines).

 07.21.2012: The Huffington Post: Digital Ad Spend Gap Widens Between Obama, Mitt Romney…Most of Obama’s and the national party’s ads have been handled by Bully Pulpit Interactive, which works closely with the Obama camp’s in-house ad staff.

06.22.2012:  Bloomberg: Tech Startups Making Millions Off The Presidential RaceObama’s re-election campaign hired the firm and has paid Bully Pulpit…

06.07.2012: Huffington Post: Will The Online Campaign Kill The TV Ad?… Bully Pulpit Interactive, a next-generation online consulting shop which runs the Obama campaign’s online component.

05.24.2012: The Guardian: Obama campaign unleashes digital ad blitz in bid to see off Romney

02.01.2012: TechPresident: Team Obama Spends Big On Digital

01.10.2012: TechPresident: Obama Occupies the Union-LeaderBully Pulpit Interactive a firm led by three members of the Obama 2008 online ad team.

11.04.2008: ClickZ:  Web Ads Mattered More Than Ever in ’08 Election

04.15.2008: ClickZ: Obama Targets Pennsylvania Voters with Pure Persuasion Ads

10.14.2008: Wired: Obama’s New Ad Frontier

03.03.2008: CNN: Obama’s Web Marketing Triumph