Rhetorical velocity focuses on when and how a piece is delivered to an audience. It is initially defined as “a strategic approach to composing for rhetorical delivery”. Later in the article, the author defines rhetorical velocity as “an understanding of how the speed at which information composed to be recomposed travels”. I think that to compose a piece of writing for recomposition means that when you are creating your piece, you have to be ready for your work to be changed or edited to fit many different settings. For example, an article you write could be put in a magazine, and they might add a picture you did not originally include. This is not a major reconfiguration of your work, but the magazine is trying to enhance your article to best fit their platform. On the other hand, something you say could be completely misinterpreted and you could be quoted as support for something that does not directly relate to your work. This would completely change the meaning of your work, and could be used to support something that you are very opposed to.
To encourage people to reconfigure my work to contribute positively to my campaign, I think it would be best to make my pieces easily implemented on other platforms. For example, my second campaign piece could be a flyer or something that is shared on social media. When it is printed out as a flyer, it will be harder for it people to reconfigure it because they cannot edit my work directly. If it is shared on social media, every time someone reposts it they can write their own comments about what they think, and every time something is added, the meaning will change slightly. I think that in order for a piece to be successful online, it has to be composed in a way that is easily shared and everyone can recompose the message themselves.