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Blog Nov. 4, 2013 | Share Traffic is Up Slightly, But Browsing and Enrollment is Down

After a decline in traffic to during the third week of open enrollment, traffic increased during the beginning of week four as the number of unique visitors reached 500,000 per day for the first time since October 10th. Read more

Blog Lug. 16, 2012 | Share

The Digital Battleground: Obama vs. Romney

Advertising matters in politics. As much as we’d all like to believe that we vote based solely on our principles and a careful weighing of candidates’ policy positions, media and marketing messages cast enormous influence on the defining narratives of an election and can ultimately tip an election one way or the other. Read more

Blog Mag. 10, 2012 | Share

Social Media Delivers Valuable Exposure for Presidential Campaigns

In case you missed it, comScore recently released a report entitled The Digital Politico: 5 Ways Digital Media is Shaping the 2012 Presidential Election. The report analyzes key digital campaign elements that have impacted the primaries, with an eye to how these will affect the general election. Read more

Blog Mag. 1, 2012 | Share

Digital Advertising Develops Presidential Candidate Brands and Engages Voter Groups

Yesterday, comScore released a new report entitled The Digital Politico: 5 Ways Digital Media is Shaping the 2012 Presidential Election, which highlights the key elements of the U.S. Presidential campaigns’ digital strategies – such as online advertising, online fundraising, social media, and search – and how they are being leveraged to improve... Read more

Blog Nov. 17, 2010 | Share

What Role Should the Government Play in Our (Searching) Lives?

Last Tuesday was Election Day (I voted, I promise!) in the U.S. One of the most prevalent themes on the campaign trail this year was the size and role of the federal government. All of the recent coverage got me thinking about how, even though many Americans would like to see government play a more limited role, it has always served an important function... Read more

Blog Ago. 4, 2009 | Share

Government 2.0: Digital Measurement = Better Management

Early in my career, I had the distinct pleasure to work side by side with John Little, Institute Professor and the Chair of Management Science at the MIT Sloan School of Management. John is the quintessential quantitative marketer, and is widely considered to be one of the founders of marketing science with his work in the area of promotional spending... Read more

Blog Feb. 14, 2008 | Share

The Internet is a Gamechanger in the 2008 Presidential Race

Like many of you, I’ve been following the 2008 presidential primary season with great interest. And while the first non-incumbent election in decades has made the early races even more intriguing than usual, it’s especially exciting for me to see the very important role the Internet has played in shaping the course of the primaries. Read more