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I discussed the great opportunities that awaits for the Search Industry to get a bigger piece of the campaign spending pie. The only thing in our way is convincing the Politicians and Campaign Managers to see the value in all that the Search Industry has to offer. Especially the "high level" online strategies that can be created, implemented, tested and reported on in Paid Search. If we can convince them of that, then we will strike that "all important" commonality of getting a greater ROVP (Return On Voter Participation). However, it is that same messaging power of the web that also scares them to put more money into it. But ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Censorship Alert: Obama Deception Illegally Removed from You Tube ...
Made to look like a hack, Thought Police Block Mega-Viral Anti-Establishment Documentary After More than a Year of Dominating Viewcounts, Ranking #1 in Search Engines and Waking Up Millions to the False Left-Right Paradigm Perpetuated by Obama Aaron Dykes Prisonplanet.com July 19, 2010 Alex Jones is on high-alert after someone managed to compromise the “ChangeDaChannel” You Tube account and criminally remove the most-viewed version of “ The Obama Deception ” available online, which had more than 6.5 million views and whose URL link ranked among the top of all “Obama” related searches. The channel’s owner was tipped-off about the ... market research, surveys and trends
Social Media Lessons From Politicians » Adotas
Michael Flanagan is president and chief executive officer of TMP Directional Marketing. In 2003, Flanagan served as chief financial officer of the directional marketing division at Monster Worldwide, an affiliate of TMP Directional Marketing at the time. Flanagan remained in that position until the company became TMPDM in 2005, and, in 2008, he assumed the roles of president and chief executive officer. He currently oversees TMPDM’s profitability, operational efficiency and senior management teams. He works with these teams to establish performance goals and priorities among departments, delegating responsibilities to keep the ... market research, surveys and trends

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SEARCH MARKETING FOR POLITICAL CANDIDATES

Internet Ripe for Political Advertising - ClickZ
The Internet offers myriad opportunities for political candidates, including fundraising from supporters and advertising for new voters, according to a study. The survey, commissioned by the Online Publishers Association (OPA) in conjunction with the University of Connecticut's Center for Survey and Research Analysis, found that more than two- out-of-three U.S. voters are likely to turn to the Internet to find information about a candidate. The OPA poll, which questioned 642 people and has a margin of error around 4 percent, found voters from both parties eager to use a candidate's Web site for research: 68 percent of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
CNN poll: Voters say both candidates flip-flop - CNN.com
As the marathon 2008 campaign for the White House enters its final four months, a solid majority views Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain favorably. At the same time, a majority of voters polled also believes both men are flip-floppers who will change their opinions for political reasons. Voters are also skeptical that either man will be able to end the partisan gridlock in Washington. According to a new CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey, 63 percent of registered voters polled have a favorable opinion of Democrat Obama , while 59 percent have a favorable opinion of Republican McCain. Roughly one-third of voters hold a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Tea Parties Look To The November Election
Tea partiers in North Carolina have turned their immediate attention away from rallies and protests to the next big issue: the November election. At a recent "kitchen table meetup" in Chatham County, all the talk among the group of 14 conservative-voters was ousting progressive county commissioners. "I think the basic American does not feel represented that's why these kitchen table meetups are starting," said meeting host Randy Dye of Pittsboro. They meet Wednesday evenings to talk politics and plan for the future. Dye's wife Gina led the discussion, "I really think November is going ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Corporate Social Media Policies: The Good, the Mediocre, and the Ugly
Wednesday after sending a tweet that expressed respect for the Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah. Despite a lengthy explanation of her 140 character foot-in-mouth , CNN brass stood by their decision. The news organization has pretty clear guidelines about how its employees (and freelancers and interns) should represent themselves on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media destinations. That got us thinking: Of all the corporate social media policies out there, which are intelligent and balanced, and which are draconian? We've compiled several examples here--but are still looking for more (email us ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Resolution on the Use of Personal Data for Political Communication
Sep 16, 2005 ... selection of candidates, access to information within political organizations or from ... of e-mail addresses via software/search engines, ... Personal data originally collected for marketing activities on the basis of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Public Relations Specialists
Opportunities should be best for college graduates who combine a degree in public relations, journalism, or another communications-related field with a public relations internship or other related work experience. Strong communication skills are essential. An organization's reputation, profitability, and its continued existence can depend on the degree to which its targeted public supports its goals and policies. Public relations specialists—also referred to as communications specialists and media specialists , among other titles—serve as advocates for clients seeking to build and maintain positive ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Graduate School of Political Management
Introduction to theory, practice and development of political management.Political developments 1945-present, and impact on development of political management as a field and profession. Public policy roles of political managers. Political strategy for the political manager. ( Cushman's syllabus ) ( Johnson's syllbus ) 202 Research Methods for Political Managers Use of quantitative information in politics. Topics include research design, statistical association and causal reasoning, types of variables, hypothesis testing and confidence, and introduction to regression analysis. How to be informed user of quantitative ...
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Know any agencies who do quality political marketing/advertising ...
We own Full Circle Political Marketing based in Grand Rapids, MIchigan. We specialize in branding, marketing, fundraising, and social media for candidates and issue based campaigns. I would love to hear more about what you are looking for in terms of political marketing. I can be reached at 616-723-7780. posted 2 months ago Owner, MidAmerican Printing Systems, Inc. see all my answers Lorri, I whole heartedly would endorse John Pastouvic of JPC Communications... He was able to get a virtual unknown the Republican Nomination for Lt Govomor last Feb. 630-782-0795 (Elmhurst Il) Jerry Freund 312-663-4720 posted 2 months ago Email ...
Why do political candidates need to say "I approve this message ...
When did this "I'm George W. Bush, and I approve this message" meme start? Why? (As if a candidate would not approve a message put out by his/her campaign.) And why am I seeing it for all candidates? posted by msacheson to law & government (4 comments total) It's the law . posted by kickingtheground at 9:46 PM on October 3, 2004 It's part of McCain-Feingold. See previous AskMe. posted by ALongDecember at 9:47 PM on October 3, 2004 Sorry for linking to my comment, it's not as relevant as others in the thread , such as the explanation from the FEC . posted by ALongDecember at 10:01 PM on October 3, 2004 The ...