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Video: Pinpointing the Persuadables: Convincing the Right Customers and the Right Voters

 

This speaker session is from Predictive Analytics World, October, 5–9, 2014 in Boston, MA:

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 Daniel Porter is the cofounder of BlueLabs, a Washington DC based analytics, data and technology company whose clients include political campaigns, nonprofits and corporations. Prior to founding BlueLabs, Daniel was Director of Statistical Modeling for the 2012 Obama reelection campaign. His team developed individual level statistical models that were used throughout the campaign for fundraising, media buying and state strategy. These models served two primary purposes: to pinpoint which voters were most likely to take an action or hold a belief (i.e. support he President or turn out to vote) as well as to measure the influence a campaign contact

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