Another busy week here at OLP. We finally got the new site up and running. It's still a bit rough around the edges, as we work out the small technical things and fill it out a little more after the big election. But it's live and the platform it's built on will allow us to stay in contact with clients and friends a little more than the old site we suffered with.
Since returning from Ohio, we've finished 9 spots, with 2 more almost done and another to be created by Monday, for a total of 12. That's serious volume, and everything is working. There are only a few weeks left of this election cycle. I'll have a lot to say when we're done, but we've all learned a lot. From a business perspective, it's been a learning experience. One of the things I've always touted with clients is that we're scalable. Sometimes we're a one-man band, and sometimes we bring in a bunch of people to get the job done. In a very short amount of time, we were able to expand the operation and fulfill a level of volume that surprised even me, without ever sacrificing quality. I'm proud of that.
We've had a lot of late nights, and some weird ideas. A few of them have come to fruition. I'm heading to bed, but I'll leave you with one of the weirdest and funniest pieces we've made. It's currently making the rounds in Arizona, and it's unlike most of the political spots you've seen. One of the best things about Taking The Senate with FreedomWorks For America is that they've trusted us to take a few chances and do things differently. Here's "Carmona Chameleon."