Latinos loom large this Election Day, and the stakes are huge. Here's what folks in the media are saying.
President Obama is trouncing Romney with 53 percent of total shares – 69 percent of the ads shared on blogs, 86 percent of the ads shared on Twitter, and 51 percent of the ads shared on Facebook, according to Unruly's 2012 Election Tracker.
How the 2012 multi-channel presidential campaigns can teach us as marketers.
Cognitive Match released a study of political ads showing sharp differences in the way younger left- and right-leaning voters looked at the content.
A mere 5 percent of registered voters with cellphones have actually coughed up their mobile phone numbers according to a new Pew report.
The President's team is running large ads on swing state sites targeting younger voters, while the Romney camp aims for a post-debate spike in donations through a nationwide DrudgeReport.com takeover.
The pro-choice organization is blanketing The Denver Post's Politics home page today with display ads encouraging voters to "Ask Mitt where he stands on women's health."
An interview with Ryan Jetton, co-founder of Utility Digital, about best business practices, ad targeting, and media buying.
Brands like Starbucks, Nike, NFL, Ford and political figures including Mitt Romney, Ann Romney, Michelle Obama, and Joe Biden are early adopters of Twitter's new Header feature.
ClickZ's 2012 election digital ad spending update shows Romney's joint committee with the GOP is bridging the large digital ad spending gap between Romney and Obama.