Ready for a blogger relations refresher course? I’m presenting a webinar this afternoon for a group of foreign policy organizations on the tools and tactics used for promoting issues through blogs. You know what that means: time to gather up relevant articles and expand on the basic points in the presentation (which you can download here as a PDF). And of course, e.politics is happy to prepare similar workshops for other campaigns and groups.
Archive for October 28th, 2008
- Would-be Obama assassins met online, of course.
- Popular Conservative Blog Backs Alaska Democrats.
- The Election That Has the Whole World Blogging.
- Tweet Your Voting Moment.
- Obama Campaign Streams Closing Argument Online.
- Sexy Robocall Flogs ‘Green Republican,’ Flouts Law. C.f. Forget robo-calls — Obama’s text messages are this campaign’s secret weapon.
- Obama Continues Advertising Dominance. Wonder where all that money came from? Oh right, these guys. C.f. DNC Will Tap Line of Credit — note that they did the same thing in 2006.
- RIP (blogger) Dean Barnett.
- McCain’s Warning About Voter Fraud Stokes a Fiery Campaign Even Further.
- Election ’08: What’s in a domain name. Many more sites focus on Obama. C.f. Can the Web predict the next president?
- Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Put Their Weight Behind Global Plan Against Online Speech Restriction.
- How Bad Are Electronic Voting Machines?
- Cross-posting for Advocacy.
- Innovative Health Advocacy: Strategies To Break Through The Noise.
- Google Reader Adds Attention Statistics.
- Sen. Stevens’ Conviction & ‘Tangled Up Tubes’.
- Imaginary murder, imaginary news. Death Comes to Second Life.
- Google Earth Comes to the iPhone.
- The Robot Proxy War: Bush’s man-hunting machines — and Obama’s. Make sure they don’t team up with the voting machines, or with that chick in Second Life.
- 10 Years Later, Misunderstood DMCA is the Law That Saved the Web.
- The atlas of the real world. Change the map, change the story.
- Proto-humans mastered fire 790,000 years ago. A previous generation of world-altering technology.