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  1. Optimizing Second Screen Engagement: Lessons for Brands From Twitter

    Big Bird trended on Twitter during the election campaigns when Mitt Romney talked about cutting PBS funding. He went beyond talking about social being the second screen experience and started off with a bang saying Twitter is the second screen.

  2.’s Top Question of 2012: Will Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Get Back Together?

    Mitt Romney. What did Mitt Romney say about 47 percent? Spoiler alert: apparently, yes. At least for now. The big question now: is KStew pregnant with the spawn of RPatz? Will they name their unborn and potentially immortal child Renesmee?

  3. Obama vs. Romney: Search for Next President Reveals Astonishing Facts

    This could be due to the fact that people who search for “Mitt Romney” are mainly his supporters and therefore do not want to hear or read anything negative about the candidate that they are advocating for, and thus don’t make the click.

  4. Obama Beats Romney Early in Digital Marketing Race

    In the ad below, the Romney campaign also appears to be trying to fuel their social media operation by attracting Facebook fans (“Click Like to stand with Mitt. Search volume can be a good starting point for gauging the public’s appetite for...

  5. GOP Goes Google for 2012 Republican National Convention

    Most recently Mitt Romney took part in a Google+ Hangout, in addition to touring Google’s Chicago offices. When the Republican National Convention (RNC) convenes in Tampa, Florida, from Aug. Google will be its “official social platform and live...

  6. Ask's Top Question in 2011: Was Kim Kardashian's Wedding Fake?

    Mitt Romney: What is Mitt Romney's religion? Sometimes insightful and often hilarious, the lists give an overview of the topics and terms on the minds of millions in the U.S.and beyond. We've already looked at the top searches on Bing and AOL in 2011.

  7. GoAnimate Unveils New Political Characters and Backgrounds

    The new collection also includes more than a dozen new characters, including: Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachman, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin, John...

  8. The Year in Search: A 2008 Review

    Mitt Romney The year's end marks a time to reflect on events over the past 12 months. Several search engines compiled the top searches in several categories for 2008, offering a glimpse into what was top of mind for searchers.

  9. SEO Baseline: U.S. Presidential Election 2008

    Obama also has a second listing at number 20, and two sites of candidates that aren't even in the race anymore (Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney) are potential fodder for page title changes that would support their endorsed candidate.

  10. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Mitt Romney Mitt Romney A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007.