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  1. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    This makes it very hard to determine the impact of digital media on the outcome of an election -- something that I discovered during my coverage of UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain.

  2. UK Election 2010: Personal Democracy Forum (#pdfge2010) Action Replay

    The social media mavens closest to Election UK 2010 think that Facebook, YouTube and Twitter had a measurable impact this time around. PDF General Election 2010 - Action Replay (stuartbruce.biz) ge2010 UK general election night as seen through...

  3. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    In other words, Clegg's victory in the first leaders' debate combined with the Liberal Democrats' victory in the Facebook election plus their clever use of #nickcleggsfault to win the first real "Twitter moment" got them to the "evaluation" step...

  4. UK Election 2010: For Want of a Nail, the Shoe was Lost

    Is #nickcleggsfault the UK General Election's Twitter moment? With less than a week to go, some commentators on the UK Election 2010 are asking, "This was meant to be the internet election. Well, here's my take on how small actions in the UK...

  5. UK Election 2010: Incisive Media Coverage on Both Sides of the Pond

    Read Paul Allen's Twitter users defend Clegg following media attacks and Worsfold's "Is #nickcleggsfault the UK General Election's Twitter moment? in addition to my post Has the UK General Election Just Experienced its First Real 'Twitter Moment'?

  6. UK Election 2010: Have We Just Experienced the First Real 'Twitter Moment'?‏

    Has UK Election 2010 just experienced its first real "Twitter moment"? Is #nickcleggsfault the UK General Election's Twitter moment? Since last week's first British televised leaders' debate, the Liberal Democrats have jumped from 19.50 percent to...

  7. UK Election 2010: 'Least Well-Kept Secret of Recent Years'

    Conservatives begin the campaign with 22,813 followers on Twitter, 30,824 fans on Facebook, a total of 1,614,187 upload views and 3,228 subscribers on YouTube, 2,902,361 viewer minutes on Livestream, 24 bookmarks on Delicious, and 415 ratings of...

  8. UK Election 2010: Britain's First 'Social Media Election'

    Will this be the Twitter election? How will digital strategies and tactics popularized by the 2008 U.S.presidential election translate to the 2010 election in Britain? Will Internet marketing have an impact in this year's British election as great...