Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

The 140-Character Campaign: Which GOP Candidate Is Winning at Social Media?

By Amy Bingham, The Note – ABC News

Can a presidential candidate win an election 140 characters at a time? … Read more

On Twitter, House GOP has edge over Democrats


WASHINGTON – Republicans have a 48-seat majority in the House. But on Twitter, they have a much bigger edge. Since 2007, … Read more

2012 battles fought in 140 characters or less

By Shannon Travis,

Might future presidential debates feature candidates that voters can’t see, can’t hear and who answer … 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

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

Twitter: Howard Stern Verified, VA Gov, not yet…

By Kate Kaye,

Twitter won’t bestow a verified account on just anyone. In what appears to be the most recent … Read more

Twitter tries to turn 140 characters into money

By Jessica Guynn, Los Angeles Times

Reporting from San Francisco — On “The Tonight Show,” Conan O’Brien used to get big laughs for mocking Twitter as an egotistical stream of mundane … Read more

U.S. warns against blocking social media, elevates Internet freedom policies

By Mary Beth Sheridan, Washington Post

The decision by Egyptian officials to virtually shut down Internet access to the country Friday … Read more