Yesterday, ads paid for by the Democratic National Committee and Barack Obama's campaign showed up on an array of local Clear Channel rock radio station sites featuring lascivious content.
The parties and the two presidential hopefuls appear to be doing little to promote the Republican and Democratic National Conventions online.
Democrats Mark Udall and Mark Warner, and Republican Senator Mitch McConnell have placed online ads influenced by the Presidential hopefuls.
David Palmer gives an inside view of the Web site strategy of a former candidate and possible McCain running mate.
Looking ahead to Iran nuclear talks, John McCain's campaign ran millions of display ads featuring images of Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Democratic Senator.
Barack Obama's campaign has geographically-targeted ads to African-Americans on the niche social network, and is mulling behavioral targeting through the site.
The Service Employees International Union's new video ad effort takes a cue from 50's era Japanese monster flicks in a swipe at John McCain.
The biggest Web media expenditures indicate the campaign is continuing its performance-based ad strategy, in addition to spending on local media and social networking sites.
The Democratic National Committee ran online display ads in an effort to detract from Republican Presidential candidate John McCain and help Democratic ... read more