Nothing demonstrates the power of social media quite like an election – especially the 2016 presidential election.
- Eight years ago, we were all wowed by Barack Obama’s social media strategy. This time around, social media marketing is a given, but the approach of each candidate is quite different and there are lessons to be learned from each as you create your own strategy.
- The stand out social network in this election is definitely Twitter. For better or worse, it’s been Trump’s medium of choice and while it sometimes comes back to bite him, there’s a value in its authenticity. But will Twitter live to see 2020?
- If it seems like this election’s polls are all over the place, it’s because they are. It’s getting harder and harder to get an accurate poll – social media could be the answer.
- Studies are showing that social media users are more stressed about the election than their less connected counterparts but nearly everyone is in agreement about one thing – they wish it was over already.
For decades, U.S. citizens have been banned from traveling directly to Cuba and spending their tourism dollars there, but that’s all changing.
This may be the second presidential race in the era of social media, but many are deeming it the first true social media election. Candidates have poured incredible sums of money into social media campaigns, while voters are using the platforms to gather information and express their political opinions. So what’s the real impact of social media on the 2012 election?
Hang in there! There’s only a few days left of politics in social media. Come Tuesday we can decide what impact social media truly had on the 2012 presidential election. Now get out and vote!
It’s an election year, and that means we’ll be inundated with political news. The days when you had to find politics on the nightly news or in the daily paper are gone. Now politics are in our email, browsers, cell phones, social media, and many more platforms.
Don’t forget to vote!
With the presidential election coming up, political news is more prominent than ever. Election news is branching out from traditional media sources and becoming more prominent in digital media.
Now that our first Pinterest board is officially live, this Link Friday will focus on how Pinterest is being used. Not only has the destination marketing industry adopted Pinterest as the up and coming social media site, it is becoming an international phenomenon. Our Pinterest board only has some content for now, but make sure to follow it @WisconsinTravel for more to come!
- Pinterest isn’t just about looking: Pinterest users have a lot of buying power.
- Here are 5 brands that have mastered the art of pinning and are effectively using it as a marketing tool.
- We are using Pinerly to monitor and analyze our Pinterest boards. Here’s how it works.
- Pinterest isn’t just a fad, it’s becoming global – and the Latin American audience is growing rapidly.
- And, the hottest new pinner to follow: Michelle Obama!
That’s all from P&B. Happy pinning!