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

    Could 12,100 search requests in one month be inspired exclusively by George Romney, or was it due to the presidential campaign of his son? A considerable percentage of presidential campaigns consist of Internet search marketing strategies, as much...

  2. Twitter, Snow and Politics: Newark Mayor Shows Online Smarts

    President Obama had about 2.5 million followers during his presidential campaign which grew to just under 7 million today. No doubt this will be a story many politicians will be considering as the next election approaches or an event occurs in...

  3. Sneak previews of Online Marketing Summit 2010 and SES San Diego

    The lunch keynote is entitled "How We Used Data to Win the Presidential Election. This includes: Tony Uphoff, CEO of Techweb (Web 2.0 Summit, Internet Week), Matthew Yorke, President of Strategic Marketing Services at IDG Communications, Jennifer...

  4. President 2.0

    Because of the hard fought primary battle, he was already in a great social media position when he won the nomination and entered the presidential race. This is in stark contrast to John McCain, who had 614,000 supporters for his fan page the day...

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

    Presidential election, I thought it would be a good idea to baseline the two candidates' Web sites from a SEO perspective. A few Googlebombs made the rounds during the 2004 presidential election season.

  6. SearchDay: Obama, McCain Victories Tied to Adwords Spend?

    Google's Greenberger Ties Obama, McCain Victories to Adwords SpendPosted by Nathania JohnsonMore than any previous election, search advertising will influence the vote of the presidential election. Posted by Nathania JohnsonYahoo's Jeff Weiner...

  7. Google News Study Finds Bias But Not Favoritism -- But Study Also Has Flaws

    The study involved only one particular type of story -- those related to the 2004 US presidential election. Next, the study doesn't show any data of how an "average user" might search for either candidate or indeed, for information about the...