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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. Campaign specific calls to action. He started off discussing mobile and how Twitter users are more engaged when they use their mobile devices.

  2. 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...

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

    Mitt Romney. What did Mitt Romney say about 47 percent? Top Political Searches d expect, the multi-billion dollar presidential campaign that essentially changed nothing was quite a popular search topic.

  4. Obama Beats Romney Early in Digital Marketing Race

    The Romney campaign has gradually been stepping up its investment since late last year, but Obama’s consistent past investment combined with the clear increase in 2012 investment demonstrates a strong belief in the power and influence of paid...

  5. Hitwise Tracks Presidential Candidates' Social Media Campaigns

    Romney, Gingrich s Facebook page are on the rise, growing 44 percent from the week ending May 7 to the week ending May 14. A Gallup poll out this week puts Romney and Sarah Palin (who maintains a big presence on Twitter and Facebook) at the head of...

  6. The Year in Search: A 2008 Review

    Mitt Romney Politics: Campaign Buzzwords financial crisis joe the plumber depression jeremiah wright bailout maverick mortgage crisis william ayers wall street bridge to nowhere oil lipstick pig stock market yes we can subprime that one credit...

  7. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Mitt Romney Mitt Romney Presidential Campaign (Most Searched-for) 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...