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2 Responses to “The politics of social media”


  1. 1 Richard August 25, 2008 at 11:42 pm

    Interesting…I predict the next 3 sites to be aquired are –

    http://www.linkedin.com (professional networking)
    http://www.techcrunch.com (popular tech blog)
    http://www.realmatch.com (job matching technology)

    Notice that two use social media components. If you want to start a site, it must have a social component.

  2. 2 Boris Ackerman August 17, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    Richard the one that you are right on is Linkedin.com, but for the story we do have the social network that hopefully will be the main one for politics that is http://www.TellMyGov.com it has more then just information for the voter but a platform to have their voice heard just like you predicted and 2012 election will change how all campaigns will spend their time and money.


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