December 20, 2011

Collective Bargaining Facts: a new AFL-CIO website

The AFL-CIO is increasingly demonstrating that it “gets” online campaigning, with the launch this year of its Collective Bargaining Facts website. Designed by New Signature, and winner of a IMA Outstanding Achievement Award, this website ticks many of the boxes.

Collective Bargaining Facts - AFL-CIO

Where CBF shines

The CBF site also includes social elements, such as the tweet and Facebook share buttons, that allow for easy social sharing. These are not prominent but included “as a matter of course”. I would have liked to see a Facebook landing page included in this, even if it was connected to the ALF-CIO Facebook page.

It’s also worth noting that the entire site is just one page — all the links and other content leads to the AFL-CIO main site, or to other websites (like news sites).


  1. Kirstin Alvanitakis - December 20, 2011 at 11:41 pm -

    .@alexanderwhite likes the new Collective Bargaining Facts campaign site from @AFLCIO:

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