2016 presidential election

Twitter Engagement Actually Translates into Votes

If you are running for office and no one is tweeting about it, you are likely going to lose your election. At least that’s what last night’s election has shown.

5 Political Podcasts to Follow This Election Season

People around the country are tuning into this election season with their earbuds. Here are 5 top political podcasts to keep you informed and entertained.

The Trump-Clinton Enthusiasm Gap is Real

Cision's Twitter analysis of voting intention statements and campaign hashtags over the past 30 days shows a substantial gap in enthusiasm on social media.

Debate Produces Good Moment for Clinton Campaign on Social Media

Last night, an estimated 100 million people watched the presidential debate on television and online. Capturing that attention online is […]

Democracy in the Data: Analyzing the Convention Conversations

Wondering who had the biggest share of voice at the recent Republican and Democratic National Conventions? See what Cision found from monitoring both events!

The 9 Most Popular RNC Discussions

Cision reviewed more than 1.2 million social mentions during the 2016 Republican National Convention. Wondering what people were most concerned about? Find out!

Trump Rules the Media: Fact or Fiction?

With a few more wins, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee. Last December we identified that Trump’s social mention […]

Trump’s Detractors Are Getting Louder

Ohio Governor John Kasich won his own state on March 15, but to prevent Donald Trump from winning the nomination […]

Money Can’t Always Buy an Audience

How we reach an audience has changed, and this election season is providing a perfect example. The differences between Donald […]

Top 10 Cruz Staffers on Twitter

Engaged social followers are translating into voters, as Cision accurately predicted that both Trump and Bernie Sanders would win the […]

Presidential Campaigns’ Outrageous Digital Marketing

404 pages provide visitors with a fun stopgap during a site’s downtime. Check out what this year's presidential candidates have chosen for their sites!

Sanders & Clinton Lag Behind Trump

This Saturday is the Nevada Democratic caucus, and Bernie Sanders, the Democratic senator from Vermont, is continuing to keep momentum […]

Trump to Win South Carolina

Since Saturday night’s GOP debate in Greenville, SC, Donald Trump’s share of voice among residents of South Carolina has increased […]

Top 10 Rubio Staffers on Twitter

Social engagement and virality have been indicators of the viability of candidates in the 2016 presidential election cycle. Engaged social […]

Brand Differentiation: Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders

How well are you differentiating yourself against your competition? This is as important for brands as it is for presidential […]

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