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[...] many experts in the internet marketing industry are already aware that social media may have predictive abilities when it comes to presidential election results.
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What made the race so tight was an emerging America that has collided sharply with the old one...
Scientific American rates the candidates' answers to 14 science questions...
Non-profit organisations should utilise new technologies and external socio-political factors when running a campaign...
The Lead Teaser: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have both received more negative than positive coverage from the news media in the eight weeks since the conventions, but Obama has had an edge overall, a new PEJ study finds.
How does the election look from the search window?
ProgrammableWeb.com keeps you up to date with web mashups and APIs: what's new, interesting, useful and important. Hundreds of mashups and APIs. Contribute, search, view, and chart them.
Election-mania has driven more than 60% of Facebook users to engage civically or politically on the social network.
For the culture sector to thrive we need to communicate both ideas and intention with clarity, says Abhay Adhikari...
AFP'Binders full of women': What's the social media buzz about?
Big Bird now has a fundraising campaign.
"Here Henry talks about how social media is a political reporting game changer, why social sharing is good, and oversharing is really, really bad."
Although Twitter is pushing itself as a platform to gauge public opinion around popular events -- including the upcoming presidential election -- not everyone is buying the hype.
PUNDITS PREDICTING AN OBAMA VICTORY -- Nate Silver, The New York Times:...
President Obama appears to have gained ground in the closing days of the race: among 12 national polls published on Monday, he led Mitt Romney by an average of 1.6 percentage points.
Teaser: As the presidential election enters the last lap, where are people going to learn about the campaign and the candidates?
For those lucky enough to sustain power and Internet connection, social media was definitely the place to be for updates on the latest from Hurricane Sandy.
Alberta Opposition Leader Danielle Smith now says disposing of the meat is the best option...
Voter suppression? Who needs voter suppression when you own the friggin' machine?
Associate professor of political science will discuss Facebook and politics Wednesday.
Mitt Romney is in a bind over his "binders of women" remark, with new questions on his record of hiring women as Massachusetts governor.
Managing social media varies daily and takes time and effort, according to Kimberly Sorensen, CSU’s Social Media Director. Social media is an integral part of a communications strategy and setting goals and paying attention to the audience is crucial.
“There is no quick and easy way to create content that people like, share and discuss, but through experience and time…” Sorensen wrote in an email to the Collegian. “A key to managing social media for any organization is to be flexible and ready to roll with the punches.”
"The survey of 764 young people showed overall that they want to participate in voting and plan to use text messaging as the main mode of communicating about it."
A lot of Democrats and people on the left are upset with President Barack Obama's debate performance, but liberal filmmaker Michael Moore's meltdown during the debate was a pretty significant indicator of their collective feelings.