Looking Back at 2009: What Mattered in Digital Politics

January 4th, 2010

Though the New Year’s formally begun, we still have plenty of time for some 2009 retrospection. ClickZ’s Kate Kaye provides the latest installment, beginning with her own observations about what mattered in digital politics in the past year and moving on to extended quotes from a number of online politics observers (including e.politics and plenty of friends in the field). Twitter’s front and center, as is online advertising, so check out the list and the results of Kate’s interviews and see what you think about what she (and we) had to say.

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