Super Tuesday 2012 - here we come
While political analysts worldwide might be pulling double or triple shifts in the aftermath of Obama’s State of the Union speech, I and maybe more ‘Joe marketers’ with me can not wait to tune in on channel ‘social media’ for the remaining 40 episodes of the critically acclaimed daily drama called ‘Road to Super Tuesday 2012’ starring in the rep. corner Mudslinging – No Holds (keyboard)Barred and at times pr-brilliant yet factually challenged final two contenders Romney and Gingrich vs the man on a second term mission in the dem. corner...take it away Michael Buffer
But as March 6th. is rapidly approaching bipartisan horizons and good old pr-grapevines keep telling us that this match might just go into the tenth round I wonder whether so called 'republican social media underdogs' will be able to overcome the enormous gap in numbers (check out the graphs) and efficiently ‘bark’ their way to Obama's knockdown.
So in an attempt to at least partially answer this question I will check out their accounts daily, for the next 40 days, hoping to detect some significant changes which I will gladly share with you on a weekly basis. And who knows we might or might not discover some interesting patterns which in turn might delight (aspiring) political analysts who happened to stumble on this article.
PS if you wondered why I didn't address Santorum...Google him..nuff said and Paul is just Paul!
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12 June 2013 / 13 June 2013