the internet's answer to the search for a viable presidential candidate
The only answer I can come up with would be volunteer Flash groups for each state.
I'm pretty sure you need x amount of signatures by a specific date, and every states different. This should be one of the keys to our success.
I'll start with Mass. because I've looked into that a little already.
In the General Election in November, other candidates, not running as party candidates, may run under a political designation (of up to three words) or without any designation. Such non-party candidates run against those candidates nominated by the party state committees. Non-party candidates must circulate nomination papers to get their names on the ballot.*
A non-party candidate seeking to have his or her name placed on the ballot must obtain at least 10,000 certified signatures on such nomination papers. These papers must include the names of the eleven elector candidates (who must be registered voters in Massachusetts) for each presidential candidate and vice-presidential running mate. Although only the names of the presidential and vice-presidential candidates appear on the ballot, it is the electors who cast the actual votes for president and who actually are elected in November.
Write-in candidates may also run, but only if their names and their slate of elector candidates have been filed by Friday, September 7, 2012 with the Secretary of the Commonwealth.
This list is from the Franking Commission - Rep. Aaron Schock, Chairman
It looks like there may be no way other than "write in" for the State of Alabama at this point, 215 days out. Other states appear close to the cutoff for getting your name on the ballot as well.