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  1. As Goes Paid Search, So Goes the Election?

    Generally speaking, the paid search efforts in support of the Republican ticket were more splintered than those in support of the Democratic nominee as 18 pro-Romney sites plus the Republican candidate’s official campaign site sponsored ads on...

  2. Obama vs. Romney: Who’s Winning the YouTube Vote?

    The top ad shared by Romney supporters was “We’ve Heard It All Before” (Extended Cut) from the Republican National Committee. If the presidential election were held today, Barack Obama/Joe Biden, the Democrats would get 36.7 percent of the vote...

  3. Top Bing Searches in 2011: Bieber, Kardashian & Royal Wedding

    Republican Candidates - Herman Cain, Rick Perry Six of the top 10 most searched people in 2010 fell off this year’s list: Sandra Bullock, Jesse James, Michael Jackson, Tiger Woods, Barack Obama, and Kate Gosselin.

  4. GoAnimate Unveils New Political Characters and Backgrounds

    These features are available just in time for the CNN Republican primary debate on October 18, 2011. To see what social media managers, search engine optimizers, and search engine marketers can do with GoAnimate’s new collection, I took “ More Jobs...

  5. Have Tea Party Candidates Read Obama Playbook on Using YouTube for Campaigns?

    Two years later, it appears that some of the Republican tea party candidates for the U.S. For example, Republican Senate candidates Linda McMahon in Connecticut, Rand Paul in Kentucky, and John Raese in West Virginia have all pledged to roll back...

  6. Scott Brown beat Martha Coakley on YouTube, too

    By now, everyone knows that Republican Scott Brown defeated Democrat Martha Coakley in yesterday's special election to fill Ted Kennedy's seat in the U.S. Ironically, it appears that the Republican Brown learned these lessons, but the Democrat...

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

    Now that the Democrats have finally picked Barack Obama to run against Republican John McCain in the 2008 U.S. In a head-to-head battle, John McCain ranks on the first page for "2008 president," just behind Obama.