John Kasich

  • Mobile Game Roundup: Nonstop Knight, Candidate Crunch and More

    …, John Kasich, Ben Carson and Jeb Bush, as well as versions of these candidates in costumes. Players can purchase many characters instantly via in-app purchase, while some are only available through the voting machine. Outside of gameplay, the app offers an ‘Election Central,’ which includes links for users to register to vote, find their polling…

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  • Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders Gain Engagement Ground (Study)

    … Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are still trailing in the polls, but they made big engagement moves on Facebook and Twitter, respectively. Data, analytics and insights provider Engagement Labs released its eValue social media measurement tool data for the presidential candidates in April, and its findings included: Cruz bypassed front-runner…

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  • Social Stats Mirror New York Primary Results (Infographic)

    … Voters in Tuesday’s New York primary mirrored the candidates’ social media results, for the most part, according to Synthesio and Conversocial. The social intelligence platform and the social customer care platform, respectively, found that for the most part, New York winners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton led in reach and engagement between…

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  • What Can The Presidential Candidates Teach Us About Social Marketing?

    … presidential hopeful’s ability to build a campaign that has held our attention for quite some time. So put politics aside, and apply the best of their marketing methods to your brand’s social strategy. Who knows? You might even swing some votes. Brendan Shea is the senior manager of content at Sprout Social. A graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism…

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  • Donald Trump Swept Super Tuesday on Facebook and Twitter

    … 221,000 Ben Carson: more than 45,000 John Kasich: more than 26,00 Here’s a look at Twitter sentiment data around the candidates. Among Republicans, tweets about Cruz had the highest percentage of positive sentiment, while Sanders paced Democrats in positivity. In the month leading up to Super Tuesday, Trump was (by a large margin) the most-talked…

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  • Here’s How Social Media Will Impact the 2016 Presidential Election

    … candidates and offers assistance with Facebook’s advertising services. Even the fairly new entrants like Snapchat are proffering filters and 10-second video ads catered to political campaigns. The first few candidates to run ads on this platform were John Kasich, Rand Paul and Scott Walker. Snapchat even hired ex-Google leader Rob Saliterman, who led…

    AllFacebookin Social How To's- 24 readers -
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