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30 08 2010
Geographic-based Social Media and Politics: Intriguing Possibilities (via iProgress) | NUCLEUS

[…] Geographic-based Social Media and Politics: Intriguing Possibilities (via iProgress) Posted on August 30, 2010 by Stephanie Noble Geo-location tools within the larger social media vein seem to be increasingly powerful resources for public and audience engagement. In particular, what is even more interesting about this topic is how geo-location tools can assist in political campaigns, especially in an extremely fierce mid-term election season that is building up for November 2010. Reflecting … Read More […]

30 08 2010
Stephanie Noble

Appreciate your insights and reflection on my post regarding my use of Foursquare in a political campaign’s new media strategy. I’ll be sure to flesh out the details of its use in time. I’m very interested in seeing how tools adapt, and what new tools are released, to better handle the task of documenting a “historical record of sorts.”

My candidate won by 11 votes. http://www.padennoble.com/politics/darrin-sharif-newark-political-social-media We did things that had never been done before. Will the neighborhoods we visited, and mapped via a geo-tagging tool, become the new normal of campaign stomping grounds?

It’s an exciting world and this is only minutia.

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