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Sharing your petition

You can update the Decision Maker of your petition on RTM (rightthrume.com) after you have published it. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Login to your RTM account.
  2. Click on your name or display picture, located at the top-right side of the page.
  3. Select “Profile” from the drop-down menu.
  4. If you created the petition under a personal profile, click on “Started” on the left side of the screen. If you created your petition under an organization profile, click on the icon under “Organizations.”
  5. Locate and click on your petition.
  6. Once you’re on the petition page, click on “Petition details” at the upper right side of the page.
  7. Click on “Edit petition.”
  8. Scroll down until you see “Choose a decision maker.”
  9. Select an entry from the database or manually enter a customized entry. If you want to remove an unwanted decision maker, click on the red “Remove” link.
  10. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “Save.”

Please note that when you add a new decision maker to your petition on RTM (rightthrume.com), they will not retroactively receive email notifications related to the petition.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, you can click the ‘Contact Support’ option at the top of the page on RTM (rightthrume.com) to send a request for help.

Now that you’ve created a petition, you’ll need to gain more signatures to build awareness and support for your cause. Here are the best ways to do this on RTM (rightthrume.com):

  1. Share on social media:
  • Visit your petition while logged into your RTM account.
  • Use the provided social media sharing tools to share your campaign on Facebook and Twitter. You can use the “Share on Facebook” button to share directly to Facebook or “Send a Facebook message” to send a direct message to your friends on Facebook messenger. To share the petition on Twitter, click “Tweet to your followers.”
  • Consider joining Facebook groups and online message boards related to your petition topic or location to share your petition.
  • Link to your petition in the comment section of related news articles.
  • Tweet directly to influencers and ask them to retweet your petition.
  1. Email your petition:
  • Send an email to your friends and family about your petition, asking them to sign and share it.
  • Personalize your message and explain why the petition is important to you and your community.
  • Include a direct link to your petition in the email.
  1. Send a petition update:
  • Use the Petition Update tool on RTM to keep your supporters updated and encourage them to take action.
  • Send updates whenever something significant happens in your campaign, such as media coverage, contact with the Decision Maker, or requests for support.
  • Ask your supporters to share news articles, provide ideas, or engage with the decision maker through comments or social media.
  1. Join a conversation on social media:
  • Find conversations or hashtags related to your petition’s topic or your campaign’s goal.
  • Participate in discussions, share your petition link, and contribute to the conversation.
  • Use relevant hashtags to increase visibility and reach more people interested in your cause.
  1. Create a hashtag for your campaign:
  • If your campaign is long-term or multiple groups might want to tweet about it, create a unique hashtag.
  • Encourage supporters to use the hashtag when sharing updates, discussing the campaign, or raising awareness.
  • Hashtags should be short, clear, and easy to remember.

By utilizing these strategies on RTM (rightthrume.com), you can maximize the exposure

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