The nature of political discourse online tends to be passionate, if not extreme and even vitriolic. That's playing out in Promo Trend-inspired tweets from Mitt Romney, Barack Obama and others.
Politics & Advocacy
Americans for Prosperity recently bought ads from Pandora, Google and AOL, and purchased today's Twitter Promoted Trend.
The Republican National Committee appears to have removed anti-Romney tweets from its site that were featured there yesterday.
Like the Romney camp last week, the RNC bought today's Promoted Trend on Twitter, as the Obama camp aims for Democratic Convention fundraising via homepage ads on CharlotteObserver.com.
After weeks of traditional methods, Adam Pace reached his fundraising goal with Facebook ads.
Two digital ad firms that offer voter file-driven ad targeting - Intermarkets and CampaignGrid - are now part of the social giant's growing group of third-party exchange partners.
The #BelieveInAmerica theme correlates with the Republican Party's "We believe in America" label for the final day of the Republican National Convention.
Don't expect IAB Public Policy Director Sarah Hudgins to advocate for the online ad industry's self-regulatory approach to privacy while meeting with GOP legislators here. It's about the networking.
Zac Moffatt, digital director for the Romney 2012 campaign, spoke with ClickZ on Wednesday on the waterfront outside the Romney digital team's HQ at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
The Romney camp will be the first Presidential campaign ever to run a Promoted Trend on Thursday, when Mitt Romney will give his anticipated speech at the Republican National Convention.