Republicans

  • App User Acquisition Costs More in Swing States (Infographic)

    … than in blue states. When looking at individual states, Liftoff found that Washington, D.C. (technically a blue state), had the highest rate of in-app purchases, as 91 percent of consumers there made an in-app purchase. In addition, Liftoff said Wyoming, South Dakota and Montana were the Republican states that were most active within apps…

    AllFacebookin Mobile- 15 readers -
  • Vice Presidential Debate on Twitter: Solid Win for Mike Pence

    … Mike Pence was the subject of 60 percent of conversation on Twitter during Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate, while just 40 percent was about Tim Kaine. Twitter reported that the Republicans’ edge prevailed in discussion about the presidential candidates Tuesday night, with 63 percent about Donald Trump and 37 percent about Hillary…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 11 readers -
  • 3 Ways to Target Millennial, Gen-Z Customers on Snapchat

    … views per day, and it has supplanted other social networks as the primary way young people communicate. comScore reports that more than 60 percent of Americans between the ages of 13 and 38 are Snapchat users, and according to eMarketer, 45 percent of Snapchat’s users are between 18 and 24, while this demographic represents just 16 percent…

    Inside Facebook- 16 readers -
  • Mark Zuckerberg Meets With Conservatives at Facebook HQ

    … is, conservatives and Republicans have always been an important part of Facebook. Donald Trump has more fans on Facebook than any other presidential candidate. And Fox News drives more interactions on its Facebook page than any other news outlet in the world. It’s not even close. Still, I know many conservatives don’t trust that our platform surfaces…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 11 readers -
  • Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders Gain Engagement Ground (Study)

    …, while Republican candidate Donald Trump continues to gain the most followers month-after-month, even with increased competition from Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich. With a decrease in debates and an increased focus on the primaries, candidates are moving to social media to engage voters in their campaigns for upcoming electoral events. Trump…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 10 readers -
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