Twitter users can expect to see a few new changes on their feeds, which provide more options for regular users of the microblogging platform. Earlier this week, Twitter announced that users can now post up to four photos in each Tweet. In addition, the new changes will allow users to tag up to 10 other […]
In our recent episode of RootsCast, our weekly video podcast, a POLITICO article on a recent social media panel at the 2014 CPAC conference was discussed. Specifically, what advice both Facebook and Twitter were giving to GOP candidates and campaigns in order to increase engagement and (hopefully) voter support. One of the examples given by
Read Write Web, a regular read here at Grassroots Online, has an interesting article on a new poll from Pew Research Center that tells us that voters still are not getting their election information from social media sources: “[T]he poll found that few of us are relying on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for election information.