Check out last week’s top 10 over-performing Facebook posts, from the several hundred progressive groups followed by our friends at CrowdTangle. Of note this week: deflated balls, naturally. A special note to our readers-via-email: be sure to click through to the online version of this...Read More »
"balls of steel"
Guest article! Laura Packard’s work has appeared on our pages many times, and she’s back this time with tips for launching a candidate’s online presence at the start of a campaign. Check out her past Epolitics.com articles or learn more about her work at PowerThru Consulting...Read More »
In this issue, a post-#shutdown version of The Good, The Bad and the Stinky. From the Start, Signs of Trouble at Health Portal. Oof: The Obamacare Website Could Stay Broken for a While as Quixotic Queries Question Quality! (At healthcare.gov, the plot thickens) and Obamacare glitches scare off...Read More »
Now blooming: the first Quick Hits of spring. Obama reelection announcement will be a digital extravaganza (Update: it was). Also note the possibility of a big Dem independent expenditure group forming. Update: C.f. What Obama’s re-election kickoff says about the campaign he’ll run...Read More »
The email below went out this afternoon to the gentlemen and ladies of the political press. The sender? Michael Steel from John Boehner’s office (not, alas, Michael Steele of the RNC). The subject? A tweet. This may be another first, our second first of the day — using an email to...Read More »
Cross-posted on Fem2.0 Quick: off the top of your head, name the most prominent voices in the progressive political blogosphere. Kos? A guy. Atrios? A guy. Josh Marshall? Glenn Greenwald? Jerome Armstrong? Ditto. The only top-level female bloggers in the general progressive political space who...Read More »