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Winning the Social Media War: How Conservatives Can Fight Back, Reclaim the Narrative, and Turn the Tides Against the Left

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Alex Bruesewitz
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9781642939101
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    Winning the Social Media War provides a playbook for conservatives to gain followers, influence, and affect public policy change in politics and on social media.

    Winning the Social Media War outlines how conservatives in the United States ceded the culture war to the left and provides a playbook with techniques on how to effectively win back influence over the culture through the use of social media. Through novel interviews, independent research, and case studies of particular accounts and individuals, Alex Bruesewitz threads together conceptual and mechanical ways of engaging with and using social media for maximum impact and influence. Winning the Social Media War reveals why conservatives lose to the left on social media and provides a tool kit to turn the tide back toward conservatism. Whether you are seeking to advance your personal social media status or that of a candidate, organization, brand, or movement, you will benefit from the collective years of experience of influential conservative figures. This book is required reading for conservatives aiming to stand athwart history yelling, “Stop!” with the amplitude that people—and God-willing, the nation—can actually hear.

    The book, Winning the Social Media War: How Conservatives Can Fight Back, Reclaim the Narrative, and Turn the Tides Against the Left [Bulk, Wholesale, Quantity] ISBN# 9781642939101 in Paperback by Alex Bruesewitz; Charlie Kirk (Foreword by) may be ordered in bulk quantities. Minimum starts at 25 copies. Availability based on publisher status and quantity being ordered.
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    Shipping Weight 0.39 LBS
    Publisher Simon & Schuster
    ISBN-13 9781642939101
    Pages 224
    Format Paperback
    Publication Date 04/26/2022
    Language English
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