February 8th, 2007
- IPDI interviews Jeff Mascott of the Adfero Group on 2006 as a breakthrough year in politics and technology, the rise of user-generated content, and integrated CRM as a key to victory. Nice techno beat, too.
- Two tasty morsels from DIA: Goldilocks Samples E-mail Frequencies (too hot or too cold?) and a look at a Kintera shareholder revolt.
- Blog P.I. uncovers the first instance of online political networking.
- Zack Exley: Will Obama be the first candidate to fully embrace online media?
- Hillary Clinton In Blog Ads Flap. Via PoliticsOnline’s Weekly Politicker newsletter.
- Apex Reached? Moving From Bloggers To Communities. By Chris Bowers of MyDD.
- The YouTube Gotcha Game. How web video could sink a presidential candidate or two.
- The Distance Paradox. If telecommuting is so easy, why do we travel for work more than ever?
- Interview: Steve Hall of Adrants, a site I read often and that not coincidentally is obsessed with sex in advertising. Via Micropersuasion.
- Three takes on the John Edwards blogger flap, from Hotline, The Wall Street Journal and PDF.
- Attack of the mini-Googles! Reminds me of a certain political search engine of legend that survives now only as a museum piece.
- In Campaign 2008, Candidates Starting Earlier, Spending More. No surprise, but they have numbers to back it up.
- More on the presidential races from the Bivings Report: McCain and Blog Outreach and Peer-to-Peer Campaigning.
- Video press releases alive and well, unlike our friends the zombies. In case you were worried.