How do you want to receive your news about the upcoming presidential election? You can watch the news and debates on TV, or you may read the newspaper for your daily update. Now, you can also turn to social media to learn more about it. As the election approaches, social media has been improving political campaigns. Continue reading
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Presidential campaigns spend millions of dollars each year on radio and television ads, but for the 2016 election this money is a waste. Presidential Candidates must look to social media for rankings, free advertisement, analytics, fundraising, public feedback and opinion, engage with young voters, and immediate response to controversy.
More voters are receiving their news from social media and the 2016 presidential candidates are taking advantage of this medium. Social media is a tool for campaigns to reach out to Millennials and gain momentum in the polls and recognition in the news. Twitter has become imperative for candidates to use to gain the public eye and attention of potential voters.
Most people don’t think about PR and wrists together, but then again, the Apple Watch wasn’t out either. Apple Watch coupled with apps designed specifically for it – opens a whole new world of PR possibilities – not just at our fingertips but now right above our hands.
Want your online marketing campaign to go viral? Follow these 6 essential steps!
It might be easy to count how many drinks you have had at a bar, but do you know what your blood alcohol content is? How do you know if you are below the legal limit for alcohol content? We have all heard of breathalyzers, but with the new attachment called the Breathometer with just one blow you will be able to see your blood alcohol content.
After the 2012 election, it was obvious that Republicans had lost their edge over the Democrats in the technology realm. However, young strategists in the Republican Party have now been thinking of ways to overhaul the technology infrastructure for the next elections. Continue reading →
On Wednesday, I had the pleasure of attending a luncheon with Karl Rove as the keynote speaker. Through an informal interview, he discussed the results of the previous election and predictions for the future of the Republican Party. Continue reading →
Just days before Oscar weekend, the looming question is on everyone’s mind, “Who will win the best picture?” After reading many articles, I am intrigued to find that this monumental award isn’t about which movie truly was best picture, but rather who can draw the most support for their film.
Social media has been rapidly expanding over the past few years, becoming an important part of our everyday lives. From business to sports, it has been transforming the way industries target the American public.
However, one area that has been drastically transformed by the addition of social media is politics. Continue reading →