Friday, July 09, 2010

Zanby is Heading to Netroots Nation 2010

Zanby is heading to Las Vegas for Netroots Nation 2010, July 22-25 at the Rio. We'll have a big presence in the exhibit hall this year where we're sharing a block of booths with our friends and partners at Warecorp, Mobile Roots, and The UpTake. Stop by and see what we've got in store.

Zanby will be showing off the latest version of our unique community organizing platform, including client sites like Rework the World and The UpTake.

Warecorp is a full-service web design, development and hosting provider. Among its many social change-oriented clients, Warecorp hosts Soapblox, the blogging platform that powers many of the Netroots' most important haunts, like Open Left and Pam's House Blend, and does custom Drupal development for organizations like 1Sky and

Mobile Roots is the engine behind the Margaret for Governor app, a multiplatform mobile organizing app recently launched by the campaign of MN state rep Margaret Anderson Kelliher.

The UpTake, the award-winning video citizen journalism outfit (and Zanby client) that live-streamed gavel-to-gavel coverage of last year's Al Franken/Norm Coleman election recount process, will have a video interview booth where anyone who visits will walk away with a video on whatever they want to talk about. Just tell them the topic and they will interview you and email you your video, including embed code so you can use the video on whatever website you desire. We're calling it 'virtual schwag" and we hope you enjoy it more than the wacky pen from the next booth.

So if you're going to Netroots, drop by and see what this powerful combo of online community, web development, mobile organizing, and video services can do for your org or campaign. Oh, and look out for our soon-to-be-released mobile app, launching in the next few days.

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