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“Campaigns Deserve a Creative Edge.”

75 percent of your budget is spent communicating with voters on television, radio and the Internet. You can have the best strategy, the best campaign manager, the best fund raiser, the best pollster, the best field organization and the most committed volunteers. But if your commercials don’t set you apart, the voters will never get your message.

The New World of New Media

We believe in today’s multimedia environment, your broadcast and Internet campaigns must be fully integrated. And they have to have a creative edge to grab the voter’s attention. If your spots look and sound like every other political ad, your message will never cut through the clutter.

A winning campaign starts with a sound strategy … and finishes with the best ads in the air and the most engaging Internet content to drive contributors to your website and your message to voters. And it can’t cost and arm and a leg.

“A Winning Campaign Begins With Getting the Voter’s Attention.”

Internet

Murphy Putnam Media is unique in the political media consulting world with an expanded range of services and expertise, including Internet strategic services, viral media production, and instantaneous web response.

Heading up our Internet team is Philip de Vellis, one of the leading Internet strategists in the country and best known for creating the Apple/Hillary “1984” Internet ad that set the standard for viral political communications in the New Media Age.

“Convergence is Here.”

Integrated Media

We believe the integration of campaign strategy, traditional broadcast media and the Internet is one of the most important facets of any modern political campaign. A campaign’s Internet presence touches literally every aspect of the campaign — fund raising, press relations, net roots and grassroots field organizing, internal communications and voter persuasion. Our job is to help you integrate and maximize these tools so that all aspects of the campaign are speaking with one voice.

Where once campaigns separated their broadcast media from their online media — the reality is that this new era demands integrated media. And we can help you dominate this new playing field.

“Creativity is Still the Key”

Our combined experience and success in new and traditional media will give your campaign an edge on any platform. And our commitment to strategically driven, highly creative media is a perfect fit for this approach. Just as your television advertising should stand out from the crowd, so too must the online component of your campaign. It’s more than just competing with spam email and popup advertising. The key is creating compelling content and using the tools of the web to steer traffic to your website and create interest in your campaign.

You can’t just hang a signpost on the Internet and hope people will show up. In this interactive medium, you have to entice people to learn more about you. Creative advertising and an integrated campaign can do that. Let us show you how.

Published: 2009-09-20

Greatest Buffalo Chicken Wings

Buffalo, NY is famed for it is Buffalo Wings. Here is usually a
little distinct take over the Recipe that I prefer to use. This
also performs well with Ground Chicken/Turkey, and in addition a
rolled Chicken Breast.

Buffalo Chicken Dip

4 boneless skinless chicken breast halves,
boiled, drained and shredded with two forks

1 (twelve ounce) bottle Frank’s Hot Sauce

16 ounces cream cheese

1 (sixteen ounce) bottle Ranch dressing

1/2 cup minced celery

8 ounces shredded Monterey jack or sharp Cheddar cheese (very suitable for the buffalo chicken dip recipe)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Inside a 13 x 9 x 2-inch baking pan, mix the shredded chicken meat
with entire bottle of Frank’s scorching sauce, spreading to kind an even layer.

Inside a massive saucepan over medium heat, mix the cream cheese
with entire bottle of Ranch dressing, stirring till smooth and hot.
Pour evenly in excess of the chicken mixture. Sprinkle celery over best. Bake
uncovered for 20 minutes, then sprinkle cheese more than major and bake
uncovered for a further 15 or 20 minutes until just scorching and bubbly.
Allow stand 10 minutes ahead of serving with celery sticks or any sturdy
dipping chip.

Also, here is a superb Twist to your Wings also:

Buffalo Wings Type Cheese Stuffed Chicken

two lbs total boned chicken breasts

2 Tablespoons butter

1 minced clove garlic

two ounce bottle of Tabasco

1 (8 oz) block cream cheese, space temp

1 cup Hidden Valley Ranch dressing

3/4 cups celery chopped into little pieces

5 tbsp softened butter

1/2 pound crumbled blue cheese

Olive oil

Combine collectively cream cheese, Hidden Valley dressing,
celery, five Tablespoons butter and 1/2 pound blue cheese.

Type into two 3″ oval patties
Melt two T butter. Add Tabasco and garlic

Flatten chicken till 1/4″ thick

Arrange cheese mixture on chicken scallop and roll up scallops,
tucking in sides to enclose filling

Safe the end with wooden pick.

Dust chicken rolls in flour. Dip in the butter/Tabasco/garlic mixture.

Roll in bread crumbs.

Brown chicken rolls on all sides in olive oil..

Bake at 325 for 45 min.

Published: 2014-11-25 | Comments: 0