Nov 15 Posted 3 years ago
That's an interesting point you make about the fact that President Obama, being president, had a significant advantage in fans and followers due to the fact that he had been gathering them for four years before his second presidential campaign began. Romney was four years behind. Let this be a lesson for politicians and future politicians - focus on building your social media presence right now.
My Facebook page was pretty clogged with posts about candidates, which I feel was a very effective way to spread information and get me fired up about the election, which fostered discussion and the desire to do further research. As for donations, I don't remember any appeals for donations on Facebook. These came from email campaigns.
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