Twitter is a numbers game, or so we’re told. To get exposure you need more retweets. To get more retweets, you need more followers. To get more followers, you have to give the perception that you have a ton of followers. That’s allegedly how the
The next Presidential Election looms in front of us, in the not-so-distant future. President Barack Obama is coming to the end of his term as President of the United States, and will surrender the reins to his successor in January of 2017. What this means
Nobody runs for VP. They support the ticket in elections and run interference when in office. Donald Trump should change that paradigm. He would be the perfect counterpart for most of the GOP candidates.
The headlines are starting to run. The rumors continue to roll. Every four years, we begin the new but intense cycle of political social media. One might say that it’s every two years, but let’s face it – the general audience on social media doesn’t
Just about every company, from age-old corporations that got going before the lightbulb was common to brand new organizations that are online-only, want to use social media to get more visitors to their websites. How exactly can these companies accomplish this, though? It takes more
The 2013 Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Campaign theme, Let’s Defeat Breast Cancer. We’re Stronger Together is designed to move public focus beyond awareness and harness the power of social media to encourage specific actions that bring us all closer to a world without breast cancer.
As children become even more immersed in technology, foster homes and guardians can use social media to understand these children better and learn about potential risks they are facing.
Bill Clinton on Twitter is like Lindsay Lohan in rehab—it just makes sense. Twitter is a great way to stay in the loop with some of your favorite people.
Voting isn’t exactly the most social thing. In fact, you’re supposed to vote on your own. In today’s world of sharing everything, Facebook is giving people the opportunity to tell the world that they voted. The top-screen message should appear when you log into Facebook
With the election happening tomorrow, we should take a look at the way that both sides used search and media to campaign for their candidate.