In the past, sharing your opinion of the speech, and its content, was relegated to water coolers and talk radio. Now, thanks to the magic of digital, you are able to give feedback online in real time and be heard.
The first White House Google hangout of 2013 will be tomorrow, Thursday, 1/24 and will feature VP Joe Biden. The topic will be reducing gun violence and the policy recommendations that the White House recently unveiled.
So how crazy was Twitter on election night? The SocialTV folks over at bluefin Labs have created this interesting infographic that displays Twitter traffic through out the night and a few staggering stats about total traffic.
This Election 2012 Twitter list is composed of news outlets, pundits on both sides of the aisle, Obama and Romney campaign staffers and some of the more interesting political bloggers. I mixed up the list to include both national figures and some key players in some of the battleground states.
Never ones to shy away from using trendy digital marketing technology to give their campaign a boost, the Obama campaign is now using augmented reality to fundraise on mobile devices and do much more.
NBC Politics and foursquare have partnered up to offer a very cool series of badges for the 2012 Presidential campaign.
In case you missed President Obama’s Google+ live hangout this afternoon, here is the full video…
First Lady Michelle Obama revealed Wednesday on the Today Show, that her daughters (ages 9 and 12) are too young for Facebook and that the social networking site was “not something they need.” I never thought much about teens on Facebook, but this story got me wondering; How young is too young for social networking? […]