As of this writing, “Four more years” has been re-tweeted almost 900,000 times and favorited by almost 300,000 people. Here’s what the tweet reveals about social branding:
Fox’s forthcoming late night and digital arm, Animation Domination High Definition, fuses the two presidential candidates together in its first-ever video.
Check out this infographic for neat statistics about the last debate — including an analysis of how often Mitt Romney used the word “I” compared to Barack Obama.
See also: http://www.ismittromneythepresident.com?
The Guardian’s interactive team—the same team that produced, among other visual feats, the rolling history of the Arab uprisings and a Facebook-linked gay rights wheel (which co-won a prize for explanatory reporting at the Online News Association awards last weekend)—is out with a new election project which features a whimsical, animated, and easy-to-understand balloon UI.
No politician in history has leveraged social media to the extent of President Obama. Here’s how his administration stays ahead of the curve—and what you can learn about effective social brand-building from the Tweep-in-Chief.
In typically ribald fashion, noted Obama supporter Sarah Silverman explains what lengths she’s willing to go to in order to convince one obscenely wealthy Romney donor to switch sides. Read more->