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

    Romney bids on “Ron Paul,” “John McCain,” “Mike Huckabee,” and “Rudy Giuliani. Next, let’s compare our specific interests in Obama with the landscape of our search inquiries that surround his rival and likely opponent Romney.

  2. President 2.0

    On MySpace, Obama had 833,161 friends to McCain's 217,811 and this disparity held true on Twitter where Obama attracted 113,000 followers to McCain's 4,650. Again, in McCain's defense, his voting base skewed older and they don't use these tools as...

  3. Trick or Tweet for CNN

    Here's a string of tweets from a debate between McCain and Obama: if they twittered they'd know how to make the words fit right? PM Oct 15th from web like this.put it on joe the plummer, personalize it.way to go mccain 8:11 PM Oct 15th from web...

  4. Vote Obama/Google in '08?

    Then again, maybe the McCain ticket still has a chance. Leaving aside the possibility of backlash from the potential McCain/Palin win in November, this is a really interesting move for Google. I think there is, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt crossed...

  5. Obama is Winning the Internet War

    For example, Michelle Obama has 127,000 fans, while Cindy McCain has 758 fans. Barack Obama's site receives 5.5 million unique visitors, while John McCain's site receives 3.1 million, according to Compete data.

  6. SearchDay: Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    Is John McCain or Barack Obama Winning the YouTube Vote? According to the pollster, 87 percent of Fox News viewers say they are likely to vote for John McCain, while 65 percent of those who watch CNN and 63 percent of those who .

  7. Can Google Predict the Next President?

    The graph below compares U.S.search trends in April for the terms Clinton, McCain, and Obama. Obama or McCain? Obama or McCain? Looking at the here and now (last 30 days), Obama searches are still 3:1 over McCain.

  8. SEW Experts: Can Google Predict the Next President?

    Erik Qualman shows how the same can be done in the political world, as McCain and Obama are trying to build up their respective "brands" in the eyes of voters. In today's Building Brand Equity column, "Can Google Predict the Next President?

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

    Two paid results appeared for me: one purchased by Asia Society with the title "Advice for Next President" and the description: "Obama, Clinton or McCain - Find out who Asian leaders prefer. Now that the Democrats have finally picked Barack Obama...

  10. When Yahoo Shareholders' Push Comes to Microsoft Shove

    Seems none were big fans of John McCain. Oh, by the way, as far as that poll that showed very few voters at Google, Yahoo, and MSN voting for McCain -- wonder how many executives they polled? Interestingly, Microsoft and Google employees preferred...