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Colin Delany

Excellent Piece on Lamont’s Use of Online Video

John Dickerson of Slate is on the case. A must-read for campaign professionals. Take note: “The Lamont videos were far more effective than tendentious blog posts, and they gave energetic supporters an outlet for their energies (a person can only pound so many yard signs). What’s more...

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Quick Hits — August 7, 2006

Al Gore YouTube Spoof Not So Amateurish: Republican PR Firm Said to Be Behind ‘Inconvenient Truth’ Spoof — now, didn’t I warn you guys about getting caught? Barging Into the Bloggers’ Circle — Washington Post article on blogger relations. Focuses on business...

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Satirical Blog Post an Issue in Lieberman/Lamont Race

Yesterday, when Jane Hamsher of firedoglake posted a picture on Huffington Post of Joe Lieberman photoshopped into wearing blackface, she was trying to make a point about what she sees as his hypocritical attempts to reach out to black voters. Instead, she handed the incumbent senator a chance to...

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Viral Marketing Case Study

Darren Barefoot has posted an excellent case study of the viral spread of a parody site he created, including tips to give your viral content long online legs. Don’t forget to take dark matter into account! Thanks to Micropersuasion for the initial tip. – cpd...

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