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Every Labour Party group, councillor and candidate needs a website

…and hopefully we here at LWC can help, without fuss and at low cost. We know how websites work and, importantly, we also know how people in the Labour Party can use them.

So take a look at the posts below, and then get in touch via our Contact page to arrange a chat. We look forward to working with you.

Now’s the time to get your website sorted

October 1, 2011

Our recent special offer on Labour Party websites showed just how much can be done. So here’s another offer to Labour Party councillors, groups and candidates:  Your website for just £150 (£200 for serving Councillors, or Wards with serving Labour Councillors) up and running in days… Take a look at the posts below, check out our Terms & Conditions for how we work with you, then contact us.

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Why have a blog?

June 20, 2011

Blogging is a really good way to communicate and meet many more people you can share ideas and do business with. You can fit it in whenever best suits your own schedule and other commitments, and it can be very enjoyable.

What are we waiting for?  Here are half a dozen reasons which spring to mind immediately about why to have a Labour Party website as soon as you can get one up and running:

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Content for your Labour Party website

April 11, 2011

What next to put on your website, once it’s up and running?

Initially, as we help you get started, you will most likely want:

* a Contact page, with email, maybe a dedicated mobile number, plus Facebook and Twitter (etc) info – and of course the name of the key person to get in touch with
* an About page, which reiterates some of the contact info, and explains why the website has been created, and for whom
* a Biog page, explaining the virtues, experience and other relevant attributes of your campaign’s candidate(s) and key people (plus, again, their email or mobile  contact info, at least)

Then, once we have fully established your website, you will probably also want a News page and probably a bit more too:

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Reaching out to others

April 10, 2011

Political debate is great, but it’s no good just talking amongst ourselves.  We in the Labour Party must always be facing outwards, to connect with other people.

This means that our websites also have to ‘face outwards’.  They need somehow to connect equally easily both with Party members and with the general public.

This is where external www sites such as, for instance, Facebook, Twitter and (even sometimes) LinkedIn become important.

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What’s a website for?

April 9, 2011

Perhaps it’s obvious, but… your website ensures that you are the first point of reference when people want to know who / what you ‘are’ .

If you keep the website just reasonably active and up-to-date it will soon be the place to which anyone searching on the web will be first directed, when they go to Google or any other search engine.

Why let other postings on the World Wide Web (www) tell people about you and your group or organisation, when you can yourself easily be the reference point for your identity?

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Starting up your Labour Party website – the offer

March 20, 2011

I am a longstanding  Labour Party member who has provided various friends with independent websites for their Labour Party campaigns.  Perhaps I can help you as well?

The Labour Party websites I’ve developed typically include usual information such as:

* Welcome, Contact, About, News etc , plus

*  social networking (Twitter, Facebook, Links….  I can begin to connect up your Twitter and other networks, for you to carry on) and

*  local photographs, biogs and photos (as provided) of you and your MP, campaigning group, supporters  or what /whoever else.

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Every Labour Party group, councillor and candidate needs a website

March 19, 2011

…and hopefully we here at LWC can help, without fuss and at low cost.  We know how websites work and, importantly, we also know how people in the Labour Party can use them.

So take a look at the posts below, and then get in touch here to arrange a chat. We look forward to working with you.

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