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We're! Gonna rock and roll all night! And cover the U.S. election on the big-boy news channel!
In an attempt to encourage more people to vote, Facebook is today promoting an Election Day message atop U.S. members' News Feed and asking them to click an "I'm Voting" button. The company is tracking these special status updates in real-time.
The U.S. presidential election is coming up on Tuesday, and Hootsuite has just unveiled a customized command center to track social media sentiment around the two main candidates.
“The command center is meant to offer viewers a sense of how …
Republicans better get down on their knees and pray that Americans never vote via Facebook or Twitter.
Hello, Pinterest? The President is calling.
Taking inspiration from the legions of web denizens (and potential voters) already hip to the pinning craze, U.S. President Barack Obama is now sharing his collection of favorite politically themed things and family recipes …