On the 21st April Gavin Newsom, Mayor of San Francisco, announced that he was running for Governor of California on Twitter. Since the announcement Newsom has used to Twitter to engage his over 300,000 followers in his campaign, and the platform has been pivotal in raising $28,000 in one day. One to follow.
TweetMinster Poll - April 2009 - Results.
A TweetMinster poll conducted through Twitter with 862 respondents has placed Labour at 35%, Conservatives at 20% and the Liberal Democrats at 27% amongst users of the popular social media service. The poll also indicated a balance between Gordon Brown and David Cameron, with the majority of respondents though preferring “someone else” as Prime Minister. The findings were in line with the level of...
Take the TweetMinster poll!
We’re running a little experiment in the form of a simple poll. We look forward to your responses, and will share all results once the poll closes. Multiple votes will not be counted. If the general election were held tomorrow, who would you vote for? ( surveys) What has a greater influence on your voting intention the party or the person? ( surveys) Independently from the party,...
Popular Searches for March
Here’s a list of the ten most popular searches on TweetMinster for the month of March: 1) PMQs 2) David Cameron 3) Twitter 4) BBC 5) Hannan 6) Gordon Brown 7) Parliament 8) Nick Clegg 9) Labour 10) Gaza
Announcing a "Social Bloomberg for UK politics"
We’re delighted to announce the release of the TweetMinster Wire, a desktop application that lets you track conversations, connect and engage around UK politics and the issues that matter in real time. Analyse conversations, discover the hot topics and follow what politicians are talking about directly from your desktop. Think of the Tweetminster Wire as a “social Bloomberg for UK...