"About twice as many 18-24 year olds watched the debate on Snapchat [via the Live Story] as on TV."
Break through the social media noise with these insights on when to connect with audiences through Twitter, content marketing, Instagram, email and Facebook
June saw several state legislatures recess sine die (thank goodness) but that didn't mean the members of the State Policy Network took a break.
There was lots of movement in the social media rankings of State Policy Network members this month. Who will be #1?
SPN groups are on the move. As RootsHQ takes over the monthly rankings, who are the leaders in leveraging social media for the free-market movement?
NRCC rolls out another hit. What's #TheWatchList all about?
George Washington University found that lots of people participated in the last election. Online, that is.
Today is Twitter's 7th birthday, so to celebrate, here are seven ways the social network has impacted politics.
Here's three ways to connect with voters during August, and to get ready for the fall campaign.
In society today, we love checking things off our lists. We love projects, because projects have an end point. We love finding new work to bring on our desks, then promptly and efficiently moving them off our desks. I think that's one of the challenges with social media, and Facebook in particular. We love setting [...]