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Daily Digest: Does Campaign Coverage Suck?

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, January 21 2008

Jay Rosen explains why campaign coverage sucks, but does it nicely; Zack Exley gets in-depth about the Clinton campaign's field operation; political journalists are Twittering; allegations of voter suppression from the ... Read More

Who Will Be America's First techPresident? Grading the Republicans

BY Editors | Thursday, December 6 2007

We studied the candidates' websites and statements, hunting for signs that they understand the importance of the internet and new technology for America's future. The Republican field, with the exceptions of Mike ... Read More

An Assortment of Responses from the YouTube CNN Debate

BY David All | Friday, November 30 2007

After the YouTube-CNN Debate, I spent some time in the "Spin Room" talking with folks about their thoughts on the Republican debate. (I did the same thing at the Democratic YouTube debate earlier this year.) Below, find ... Read More

Announcing... Meetup Charts!

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, October 15 2007

You’ve been asking for them, and now you’ve got them: Meetup charts! Read More

SEO 101 For Campaigns: An Interview with Neil Patel

BY Fred Stutzman | Thursday, April 19 2007

At techPresident, we've previously explored how candidate sites are faring in search engine rankings. The placement of search engine results proves to be very important, as research shows that individuals are more likely ... Read More

Daily Digest: 4/17/07 [UPDATE]

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, April 17 2007

The Web on the Candidates Colin Delany at e.politics links to a post from the French blog Netpolitique responding to PoliticsOnline's assertion that Barack Obamacould be the JFK of the web. Instead, the French writer ... Read More

Daily Digest: 4/9/07

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, April 9 2007

The Web on the Candidates Rudy Giuliani advisor Patrick Ruffini looks at theories that the Democrats own the internet and decides it isn’t true. “The basic gist of the argument is that because Democrats ... Read More

Duncan Hunter’s broadband bypass strategy

BY David All | Tuesday, March 27 2007

Duncan Hunter's campaign team has come to a few realizations: He's not the front-runner. He can't command media attention like some of the other nominees. And his biggest strength is his unique blend of being both a ... Read More

Duncan Hunter's New Digs, Same As The Others

BY Michael Turk | Friday, February 16 2007

Duncan Hunter has scored some big news this week with the recruitment of John Hawkins (of RightWingNews) as a consultant on blog and online strategy, and rolled out his new website. Unfortunately, all of that was lost on ... Read More

Daily Digest, 2/16/07

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, February 16 2007

The Web on the Candidates AbsentCongress.org is keeping tabs on the voting records of 2008 presidential candidates in the Senate. According to the site, Sam Brownback has missed more than half of his Senate roll call ... Read More