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Google And YouTube Launch New Campaign Toolkits

Candidates can connect via YouTube and Google

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Google has introduced a "You Choose 2010 Campaign Toolkit" on YouTube and a new Google Campaign Toolkit, both aimed at helping candidates stay connected to voters.

The YouTube Blog offers more information on the variety of tools available to candidates and their campaigns.

"On YouTube, campaigns will have access to features like a Politician channel (which allows campaigns to brand their channel and upload longer videos), Google Moderator, our free analytics tool YouTube Insight, and information about running paid advertising campaigns-using formats like in-stream ads and Promoted Videos-to reach viewers with political ads, just like on TV."

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"And our Google toolkit demonstrates how Google Apps can keep staff and volunteers connected, how search ads can grow your email list and provides other helpful tools."

Google said in the 2008 presidential election, 68 percent of registered U.S. voters went online regularly for political information. For the first time, the Internet surpassed newspapers and magazines in terms of reach and influence.
 

 

Google And YouTube Launch New Campaign Toolkits


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  • http://www.websitetemplates.bz Website Templates.bz

    I am always in favor of all possible connections.

    I think that makes some good atmosphere on the internet, so now candidates would be connected to voters.
    this is so great!

  • http://strangelove.com/blog Michael Strangelove

    Thus far, there are four scholarly books available on the subject of YouTube:

    The YouTube Reader, (2009) Edited by Snickars and Vonderau.
    YouTube: Online Video and Participatory Culture, (2009) by Burgess and Green.
    Video Cultures: Media Technology and Everyday Creativity, (2009) Edited by Buckingham and Willettt.

    and this one:

    Watching YouTube: Extraordinary Videos by Ordinary People (University of Toronto Press, 2010).

    Watching YouTube has been reviewed by the Globe and Mail (“Your Fifteen Minutes Have Arrived” Jenefer Curtis).
    Another review can also be found at The Mark (“YouTube in Review”).

    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    1. Home Movies in a Global Village
    2. The Home and Family on YouTube
    3. Video Diaries: The Real You in YouTube
    4. Women of the

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