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Obama on Eons

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Friday, June 29 2007

The Obama campaign has just launched its Eons campaign, including a big ad on the Eons homepage rotation. For those of you unfamiliar with Eons, it is a social network for people ages 50 and up (I had to lie about my age ... Read More

No More Blog, Blog, Blog!

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Wednesday, June 27 2007

Blog this and blog that Blog it all and blog a blogging brat We don’t want a campaign that looks just like that I don’t want a campaign that looks just like that I am not a self-hating blogger, though I am a fan of ... Read More

Web World Forum on How Online Issue Campaigns Can Leverage the Presidential Elections

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Tuesday, June 19 2007

This morning I attended the Adfero Group's Winning in a Web World forum at the US Chamber of Commerce. The topic of this forum was "How Associations Engage Online in a Presidential Election." The half-day forum ... Read More

Obamagirl Video as a Teaching Moment

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Thursday, June 14 2007

The sudden interest in Obamagirl's Crush on Barack music video provides a great opporunity to talk once more about the nature of internet communications. As I have often argued, the net is a chaotic message environment ... Read More

CalendaRSS

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Friday, June 8 2007

One of the most exciting things about watching the evolving use of digital strategy in the presidential campaigns is seeing the emergence of new best practices. The Edwards campaign provides a great example of what I ... Read More

Will Fred Thompson be an Internet Campaign Innovator?

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Thursday, May 31 2007

The news is buzzing today as Fred Thompson has quit "Law & Order" in order to launch a presidential bid. He has also indicated he plans to use the internet extensively in his campaign. In a blog post to ... Read More

The Jester’s Sneer

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Tuesday, May 29 2007

At the risk of losing my head, I will tumble into the fray with a response to the Queen’s Screed presented in the latest issue of the Turner Report. Though the Queen and I have been friends for more than fifteen years, ... Read More

Killer Political Apps

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Thursday, May 24 2007

Reacting quickly to Facebook.com’s newly launched open API, the Obama campaign is the first of the presidentials to take advantage of the opportunity. Basically, anyone can develop an application that can be ... Read More

Give This Man a Job: Bill Richardson's New Resume

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Tuesday, May 22 2007

Bill Richardson has relaunched his website, coinciding with his announcement that he is officially running for the Democratic nomination for President. On the heels of his highly successful Job Interview web commercial, ... Read More

Listening to Voters Who Cannot Hear

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Thursday, May 17 2007

While all of the candidates are using the internet to talk to the voters, some are using it to listen to them. And others are changing the way they talk with voters because they listened to them. That is the ... Read More