Measuring the 'Internet Election'

Monday, November 03, 2008 | 04:30 PM

One of the things this election will be notable for is how well the Press is using digital media and interactive pages to dissect the issues and polls. I've gathered a slew of them and posted them in the Digital Media Tab.

Official website visits, YouTube, Facebook, Blogs, Polling: This election has had an enormous amount of internet generate content, much of which actually shed some light on the election campaign and issues.

Measuring the 'Internet Election'


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WSJ, OCTOBER 18, 2008

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Like the new blog. A few critical comments. The dozen or so images at the top add a layer of messiness IMO. The other tabs are cleaner with a single image. Too many tabs IMO. A few of those will likely end up with few hits. Will likely lose some of the socialization that happens on your site today if you require people to register to post a comment. In fact, I was going to post a comment over there until I was asked to register by WP. I like spinning by and making a quick read and sometimes to post a comment. I won't do that if I have to register. The question is how many others will feel the same way.

There are a significant number of people who likely come to your site for a socialization aspect........and I would think you would want any site design to enhance that experience. JMO.

Good luck!

Posted by: bdg123 | Nov 3, 2008 5:37:48 PM

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