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  1. GoAnimate Unveils New Political Characters and Backgrounds

    For example, my firm wrote an optimized press release in 2008 entitled, “BHG.com Holds Straw Poll for Halloween Pumpkin Carving Stencils of Barack Obama, Joe Biden, John McCain, and Sarah Palin. GoAnimate, which offers free web applications that...

  2. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    Decisive victory for McCain, CD 7, CD 8 too close to call: According to Dylan Smith of TucsonSentinel.com, "While Pima County returns are still trickling in, Democratic Rep. Candidates from both political parties now use Google, Yahoo!

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

    And Aaron Smith, a research analyst with the Pew Internet Project, said, "Online Obama supporters were generally more engaged in the online political process than online McCain supporters. Two years ago, 44 percent of Obama voters had watched video...

  4. President 2.0

    This is in stark contrast to John McCain, who had 614,000 supporters for his fan page the day of the election and whose next-largest fan page was for his wife Cindy with only 1,700 fans. On MySpace, Obama had 833,161 friends to McCain's 217,811 and...

  5. SearchDay | Common Problems with 404 Error Pages

    The search engine helps people find what John McCain or Barack Obama have said about a variety of issues. Google's "In Quotes" Search Helps the Spin Go Round and Round Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 26, 2008 Just in time for the debates (whenever...

  6. Change How You Think About Your Life and Company

    John McCain's Republican nominee acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention. Near the end of McCain's speech, he said, "Because nothing brings greater happiness in life than to serve a cause greater than yourself.

  7. 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? Seems Yahoo also lags behind in political campaign...