Romney needs social media facelift, GOP assist
The New York-based online marketing specialist chides the GOP for its strategies, and wonders where the primary contenders are in helping Mitt Romney.
Barack Obama, wedding crasher
Opinion: The president is set to hijack summer weddings with his “political donation registry” initiative. If that otherwise abominable idea catches on, can presidential Girl Scout cookies be far behind?
Social Media: GOP needs to bring ‘A Game’ to Mitt Romney’s online profile
President Obama’s online team is still outdoing the presumptive Republican nominee on all counts; Michelle Obama’s popular “Tell Barack You’re In.”
Romney needs to up social media game to win in 2012
With President Obama spending $3 million a month on top interactive talent, the GOP needs to blunt his social media juggernaut. Republicans have taken a few steps forward, but plenty remains to be done if they hope to take back the White House.
Scott Walker ahead of Barrett on social media scorecard
Walker should tell Romney how he built the following.
Mitt Romney’s former rivals need to step up their online support
Sarah Palin could be the most powerful pro-Romney voice online, given her Facebook following. Where is she?
GOP’s new ‘Victory Center’ Facebook page falls flat
Marketer Al DiGuido calls for urgent need for a Republican strategy summit meeting on social media , cites President Obama’s “powerful position” on the web.
GOP needs to wake up and develop an effective social media strategy
Republicans are relying on the same old tools — television, direct mail, robocalls — to win this fall instead of getting smart about reaching voters and changing the course of the campaign for president.
In the Social Media world, Rubio would be Romney’s Veep choice
The Republicans would be smart to adopt a “divide-and-conquer” strategy in social media as the Dems focus on Obama’s “one-man-rule” approach.
Ann Romney should lead a ‘Moms for Mitt’ campaign on Facebook, Twitter
It’s time that those in the GOP and Romney camp began making decisions based on the immediacy of online first and thinking print and television next.