Online Behavior: How People Prepped for the Polls
Image from: Ballot Box / Shutterstock Just in case you didn’t know, the election is over. It’s been resolved. There’s bound to be a wealth of analysis about the results in the coming days, but I’d like to take a moment to do an analysis that preempts the results. I want to look at online behavior just before polling day. Below is a snapshot of various political-centric online properties
What Role is Twitter Playing in the 2012 Election?
Image from: Political Twitter / Social Media Frontiers The impact and prevalence of Twitter in regards to the 2012 Presidential race has received a lot of press since the first debate between President Obama and Governor Romney. According to Twitter, last week’s debate led to a record-setting 10 million Tweets to become the single most tweeted event in U.S. political history. As the race enters its last month and raises
Obama vs. Romney: Who’s Supporting Who?
Image from: Political Debate / Shutterstock If you were like me last Wednesday night, you might have found yourself sitting on the couch with a few friends or family members and tuning into the first Presidential debate of the 2012 election. If so, you also likely picked up on a major theme running throughout Jim Lehrer’s (the moderator) questions. Contrast. Last week Compete published an infographic on how the two
Digital Duel 2012: Obama vs. Romney
With the start of the presidential debates only days away, both the Obama and Romney camps are simply buzzing with social media momentum. To put into perspective the online presence of either candidate, we’ve created the following infographic to demonstrate which candidate is getting the most traffic, who that traffic is coming from, and what it could mean for this year’s Presidential Election. Just check out that map! State-by-state Obama’s campaign site is attracting
The Compete Weekly Pulse
There is so much social content out there. Some people say it’s too much, and some people think it’s just the beginning. Writing from the later standpoint, Digiday explained a recent Pew study stating curation is on the rise, and so is the creation of original content to curate. The Curation Class, as Digiday calls them, are within the 18-29 age range and inhabit the worlds of Pinterest, Tumblr and