Posts Tagged ‘social media’

Social Sharing Boosts Email Results [Infographic]

Email is thriving, not perishing, in our social media-loving age.

Rather than killing off email, social media is extending email’s reach. The … Read more

Social, Email Help Charity: Water Raise Awareness

A combination of social media and email marketing helps charity: water fundraise to bring clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations.

“We operate within a $0 marketing budget, so … Read more

Election Embeds: Facebook, Google Got Cozy With Campaigns

By: Kate Kaye, Ad Age

Big brands and agencies are used to lots of attention from … Read more

Google to launch YouTube Politics


Google-owned YouTube is launching a special site Thursday that it hopes will be a one-stop … Read more

This Is How The World Reacted To Osama Bin Laden’s Death


From Crimson Hexagon, the social media analysis firm that dispelled the myth of the Verizon iPhone … Read more

Twitter, Facebook and YouTube now crucial to presidential campaigns

By Seema Mehta, Los Angeles Times

Four years ago, Barack Obama kicked off his presidential campaign on the steps of Illinois’ Old State Capitol, speaking in front of thousands of supporters … Read more


By Meredith Gessup,

The dawn of the 21st century has bid farewell to pen and paper communications and opened the door to digital pokes, likes and status updates.

If you don’t … Read more

The Internet and Campaign 2010

by Aaron Smith, Senior Research Specialist, Pew Internet & American Life Project

More than half of all American adults were online political users in 2010

Fully 73% of adult internet users (representing … Read more

NJ Gov. Chris Christie proves adept at using social media

By Christopher Schnaar,

As a candidate 18 months ago, Gov. Chris Christie had relatively few fans on the Internet.

Now, … Read more

Conservatives Branch Out With New Media Ventures

By Kelley Vlahos, FOX News

WASHINGTON – When conservative movies, music, YouTube videos and newscasts are considered “hip and cool,” you know the movement has come a long way.

So say … Read more