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Business - Written by on Monday, July 7, 2008 10:28 - 3 Comments

Obama and social networking

We’ve posted several times about the Obama campaign. See here, here, here, and here.

Senator Obama and his team have done a really good job engaging with the electorate via LinkedIn. As of today, he has thousands of connections and has received more than 3000 responses to his question, “What ideas do you have to keep America competitive in the years ahead?”, many of which are very interesting and insightful. He’s also added a LinkedIn interest group.

One of the keys to success here, is that his LinkedIn profile is set up much like a “regular person” in tone and language — fitting in with his strategy of not appearing to be an old school Washington insider.



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Mike Chapman
Jul 7, 2008 14:34

I had forgotten to linkin with the Senator and just did so after seeing your post. I put him down as a friend. I wonder what most supporters are using when they describe how they know him.

Great post.

Mike Chapman
Jul 8, 2008 0:41

Within a couple of hours, Sen. Obama accepted my request to be Linked In with him. Pretty cool.

Mike Dover
Jul 8, 2008 17:18

Great, thanks for the update.

Did you also respond to either of the questions he posted?

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