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How Digital Media Will Impact the 2012 Presidential Election

How Digital Media Will Impact the 2012 Presidential Election

According to a recent study by Digitas, both social media and digital media will play a significant role in getting a candidate’s message across in the upcoming 2012 election. Jordan Bitterman, SVP at Digitas, stated “JFK is considered the first television President. Next year’s victor may well be determined by the impact of Facebook and Twitter.”

The study found that of social media users, 63% of users expect candidates to have a social media presence and 88% have mobile phones. In […]

Nov 14th, 2011Comments Off on How Digital Media Will Impact the 2012 Presidential Election
Social Plugin for WordPress

Social Plugin for WordPress

Integrate your WordPress site with Facebook and Twitter easily by using MailChimp’s social plugin; allowing you to aggregate everything users are saying about your site from each network into one place.

Other features include the ability for users to login on your site from a social network, Twitter contact hovercards, article auto syndication to your social network profiles and much more!

Check it out here

Nov 3rd, 2011Comments Off on Social Plugin for WordPress
A Guide to Brand Sociability (Infographic)

A Guide to Brand Sociability (Infographic)

Although most marketers agree that getting involved in the conversation and engaging users in social media is a good thing, but many think they could be doing it better.

Forbes recently released an infographic on what determines a brand’s sociability – a key factor in a brand’s reputation online.  Check it out below!

Oct 31st, 2011Comments Off on A Guide to Brand Sociability (Infographic)
Twitter Replaces Official Retweet Button

Twitter Replaces Official Retweet Button

Twitter announced they are replacing the widely popular TweetMeme Retweet Button with one of their very own last week, enabling users to share links directly from the page they are on.   Twitter stated they are “working closely” with TweetMeme and that TweetMeme will also begin using the new official Twitter button.

Here is a list of some sites that have already integrated the new implementation.

AddThis
Ask.com
CBS Interactive
CNN.com
eHow.com
Hulu
ShareThis
TIME.com
TV Guide
USA Today
WordPress
YouTube

Checkout the video for more information. (via Twitter)

Aug 20th, 2010Comments Off on Twitter Replaces Official Retweet Button
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