Archive for Online politics
Here are the Liberal Democrat entries in the top 100 political blogs as ranked by EBuzzing (Wikio as was). No Lib Dems drop out this month, and two (re)join the list – see #12 and #13 below. 1 (4) Liberal Democrat Voice No change 2 (18) Mark Pack Up 1 3 (29) Stephen Tall Down […]
A few days ago I mentioned that Nick Harvey has joined Twitter. In the march of the Ns, add another one to the list of Liberal Democrat MPs embracing the social network which has more active users in the UK than the total daily sale of our national newspapers. It’s Norman Baker, Home Office minister […]
Liberal Democrat MP Nick Harvey has joined Twitter.
A very good point about how to make a political hashtag have impact.
Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to accidentally follow a high-class escort agency on Twitter.
Nathaniel Pearlman, the founder of NGP Software (which now, in the merged guise of NGPVAN is the main electoral database supplier to the UK’s Liberal Democrats), has assembled an impressive cast of American contributors for Margin of Victory: How Technologists Help Politicians Win Elections. The large number of short chapters from experts in many different […]
It’s a classic example of the difficulty of removing content from the internet, and how it often attracts more attention than the content itself would have done.
NGPVAN, long a provider of political data-management/manipulation tools, has bought NationalField, which builds tools for managing field staff and volunteers.
Five simple ways to make your emails more effective and to help keep the volume of messages under control.
If you want to make me wince and aren’t into physical violence nor have an alligator to hand, ask me about cases I’ve come across of political campaigns or parties losing key data about voters. The sort of losses I’ve come across so painfully regularly aren’t the ones that get media headlines with USB drives […]